June 28, 2017

The Words

Category: Entertainment

Haunting. Melancholic. Soulful.

The mesmerising combination of the melodiously dark lyrics sung by such a beautiful voice gives me goosebumps. It send shivers down my spine. 

As I close my eyes, I feel like the music has taken me to a different dimension as every single notes of the tune permeates into my soul. 

This is Soen. A Swedish progressive metal supergroup whose music has made its way into my heart and artfully took me back to my early days of delving into underground music of progressive, psychedelic and art rock during my teenage days.

I recommend you listen to this with eyes closed and mindfully lose yourself to take in the song, devoid of any distraction. Get ready to be hypnotised. 

 

 

Shiver through the fever, silence of the trees
Chasing woes of my weary soul, blight of the leaves

Rest from your trouble, lay while you wait
Dream something beautiful
Fill these blank pages with rue, each one

Patient you stayed by my side for years
I know I owe you more than I have
Given the words that will make you leave
There’s nothing left here, no one to save

How we share this hopeless devotion
Passing the hours as if they were days
And I won’t breathe until it’s over
No turning back here, no final escape

Bide here for the closing, fearless by the sea
Time to let go of what always’ been there, peacefully

Struck by your silence, drenched in my doubt
Numb from the burning cold
Tear out the pages, change what I sad
Mend my wrong.

Patient you stayed by my side for years
I know I owe you more than I have
Given the words that will make you leave
There’s nothing left here, no one to save

How we share this hopeless devotion
Passing the hours as if they were days
And I won’t breathe until it’s over
No turning back here, no final escape

 

Source:A-Z Lyrics

 Writer(s): Joel Ekeloef, Joakim Platbarzdis, Martin Lopez, Stefan Stenberg 


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  1. Robbie Cheadle

    A beautiful share, Ann.

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