Blind star life
하루의 끝
yeah I need that call
밤이 깊어지면
내려와
하늘에 뜬 빛
매일 난 봐 light
내리 쬐는 light
내게 비춰 light
Blind star life
하루의 끝
yeah I need that call
밤이 깊어지면
내려와
하늘에 뜬 빛
매일 난 봐 light
내리 쬐는 light
내게 비춰 light
oh bright light
감아도 보여
oh 갈라진 곳에 떠있어
비춰줘 날 저 까만 우주에서
oh bright light
oh bright light
연기 같아
가까이 가도
잡히지 않는
네 모습이
달려가 매일
닿을 수 있다고
믿으니 그럴 수 밖에
still feel space
난 기다리지 않아
너를 찾아 갈게
멀어져도 if hope was a haze
I made that heat to drop me
oh plz come to me
내게 날갤 달아줘
갇힌 이 지옥은 날
받길 거부하니
괴로울 수 밖에
걸린 시간 위
바퀼 돌려
더 미래로 달려가
you got me
날 욕해도 돼
but I know its not real
Blind star life
하루의 끝
yeah I need that call
밤이 깊어지면
내려와
하늘에 뜬 빛
매일 난 봐 light
내리 쬐는 light
내게 비춰 light
oh bright light
감아도 보여
oh 갈라진 곳에 떠있어
비춰줘 날 저 까만 우주에서
oh bright light
oh bright light
어두운 바람
늘 젖어있던 밤
차게 식은 아침 다
소용 없진 않아
drowning in my room
찾았네 이 빛을 난
jump out to the space
i see the hype inside
더 날아 가
저 까마득한
빛을 따라
저 별위로 날아
i dont wanna cry
밤을 깨워
위로 날아가
빛을 따라가
Ill get light from the space
저 높은 벽넘어
높게 날갤 필게
더 보이지 않아도 돼
Ill get light from the space
저 높은 벽넘어
높게 날갤 필게
더 보이지 않아도 돼
Blind star life
하루의 끝
yeah I need that call
밤이 깊어지면
내려와
하늘에 뜬 빛
매일 난 봐 light
내리 쬐는 light
내게 비춰 light
oh bright light
감아도 보여
oh 갈라진 곳에 떠있어
비춰줘 날 저 까만 우주에서
oh bright light
oh bright light


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    Once again, this song is from the point of view of a character who looks back on his life. He's mature now because he's able to reflect his past and understands what lessons life taught him. And the lesson he's learned is so important, that it's been said twice every time: 'Because a heart that hurts is a heart that works. A heart that hurts is a heart that works!'. I think that's a wonderful message for everyone who listens to this song. If you feel hurt and broken, that doesn't mean that you've met your end. This means that you still have a heart and it will always belong to your true and inner you. The title is not in the lyrics, but I think 'Bright Lights' refers to the previous song of 'Battle for the Sun'. In that song, the protagonist was willing to fight for what's right even if that meant getting hurt along the way. And 'Bright Lights' continues this quest following hope while he learns to understand that he's still a normal human being and he hasn't lost himself. He's hurting. And that means he's still alive and has a heart.

    StoriesinSongs.comon March 07, 2020   Link

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