I am sorry this is always how it goes
The wind blows loudest when you've got your eyes closed
But I never changed a single colour that I breathe
So you could have tried to take a closer look at me
I am tired of punching in the wind
I am tired of letting it all in
And I should eat you up and spit you right out
I should not care but I don't know how

So I take off my face
'Cause it reminds me how it all went wrong
And I pull out my tongue
'Cause it reminds me how it all went wrong

I am sorry for the trouble, I suppose
My blood runs red but my body feels so cold
I guess I could swim for days in the salty sea
But in the end the waves will discolour me

So I take off my face
'Cause it reminds me how it all went wrong
And I pull out my tongue
'Cause it reminds me how it all went wrong

And I cough up my lungs
'Cause they remind me how it all went wrong
But I leave in my heart
'Cause I don't want to stay in the dark

So I take off my face
'Cause it reminds me how it all went wrong
And I pull out my tongue
'Cause it reminds me how it all went wrong

And I cough up my lungs
'Cause they remind me how it all went wrong
But I leave in my heart
'Cause I don't want to stay in the dark


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Organs Lyrics as written by Ragnar Thorhallsson Nanna Bryndis Hilmarsdottir

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    My OpinionThis song is absolutely beautiful, and instantly became one of my favorites when I first listened to it. I think it's about somebody dealing with an incredible sadness, perhaps the end of a very long relationship, and just wanting to be done with the sadness and be moved on already, but they can't, and this is what happens when somebody is currently in the middle of that level of depression. I think the song itself goes through the 5 stages of grief - the first verse is denial, the second (I am tired of punching in the wind...) is anger, then bargaining with "I am sorry for the trouble," depression with the humming part, and then finally acceptance, with the final chorus. Just my two cents.
    Unanimatedon November 01, 2015   Link

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