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Coldness Went Beyond A Heart

from Shadows Of Doubt by Ad Cinerem

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lyrics

The Land, the soul -
buried under the wilted sheets
shattered skies dwell the painted-grey in leaks,
the road forlorn all day,
the world burns slow, in smokeless decay
I saw the last of the light, of a sun that had died,
In your eyes I see...the shadow is in me
I saw the death of the light, of a race that lost his might
In your eyes I see...the night was breaking free
I walked my way alone, alone in the constant rain,
a heart, a tanglewire
I watched the saddest city lane to find the fire
Strength... thrown off... reason and reality
make a choice or die for their insanity
The wills of mortals shift as the tide ebbs and flows
The minds of mortals shift as the wind stands still and blows
Below the stars that never fade, we walk a path...
of dying past and further hate

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from Shadows Of Doubt, released January 3, 2017
Music: Val
Lyrics: Hekjal

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