Soon
I'm gonna marry a man like no other
Light the fuse, hallelujah, hallelujah

Love, love is the warmest color
Petrol blues, hallelujah, hallelujah
Comes, saut dans le vide, my lover
In my youth the greatest tide washed up my prize

You.

Follow, let him go, let him lead me be
Love is a pharaoh, and in front of me
I thought let him be where he want to be
Love is a pharaoh and he's boning me

I've discovered a man like no other man
I've discovered a man like no other man
I've discovered a man like no other man
I've found a love to love like no other can

Ah ooh
Ah ooh
I've found a love to love like no other can

He's found me, my Aslan

Hallelujah, Bovay, Alabama
Marry a man like no other

Hallelujah, Bovay, Alabama
Love is the warmest color

Hallelujah, Bovay, Alabama
Unpin your butterflies, Russia

Hallelujah, Bovay, Alabama
To be a deer in Nara

Hallelujah, Bovay, Alabama
Hallelujah, Bovay, Alabama


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Nara Lyrics as written by Joe Newman Augustus Unger Hamilton

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    General CommentI agree with the rest of the comments and had a quick look but nobody seems to mention the aslan line.
    "he's found me, my Aslan"
    Along with the religious feel of the song tempo and obviously the "hallelujah" it all works nicely together. Aslan being the god figure in the narnia series. Perhaps as well as talking about struggling with homophobia and prejudice he is also idolizing the man he's found and holding him up as his own figurehead of all that is good and protective and juxtaposing him with all the horrendous cases of institutionalized homophobia.
    Alice.on January 29, 2016   Link

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