If I could stop the time to reach for sublime
Things getting strange like up an down
If you could read my mind it's hard to find
I said I want you back but this is no regret

It's my point of view and I'm going through
So take me away just for one day
I've never seen someone like you before
In my dreams I saw you standing there

I'm going out no more since I heard the news
There's someone you choose
I can't believe what they said
That's why I feel so bad

Morning, noon and night
My thoughts run circles without any purpose
I can't stand no more - it's like circus
I want to repeat, there's nothing wrong I've done

She's the sun

If I think of the past life is so fast
Those memories keep me alive and I will survive
Even if I'm here and left without
Is there any secret? do you think we'll keep it?

Life's so strange if you know what I mean
There's no one I've seen before like you
To be honest, I didn't expect something like this
It's you I miss now and forever

You and me together
That's what we thought our life should be
I never could imagine this would happen to me
You feel better now you said it's what I cannot belive

My thoughts run circles without any purpose
I can't stand no more - it's like circus
I want to repeat, there's nothing wrong I've done

She's the sun

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She's the Sun Lyrics as written by H P Baxxter Axel Coon

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    This song is most unlike Scooter. In fact, if I just heard the song itself I never would guess it was the same band. Especially since the lyrics make sense :P

    But on a serious note, this song gives incredibly powerful vibes and mental imagery.

    Kitsune_Tokkanon August 19, 2008   Link
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    This almost sounds like Scooter woke up with 15 years of amnesia, forgot they weren't Celebrate the Nun anymore, and decided to start over by doing their own spin on Depeche Mode's current sound, just like they'd originally done with Depeche Mode's mid-80s sound.

    I wish we'd heard more of this direction, ideally under a different name so they wouldn't have to live up (or down) to Scooter expectations. I suppose they were already doing their new trance thing Ratty, and Rick's project with his wife that never went anywhere, on top of Scooter, so there was just no room for yet another project. But it might have been really interesting.

    falcotronon March 28, 2019   Link

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