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Old Formation And Steve George - Sad Woman / Deep, Dark Night flac album

Old Formation And Steve George  - Sad Woman / Deep, Dark Night flac album
Sad Woman / Deep, Dark Night
Old Formation
Rock & Roll
FLAC album size:
1983 mb
Other formats:
4.7 ✪

Where all our fears Stand cold and stark As the only ones Who can see in the dark. I’ve always known this Though I’ve been blind for miles and miles I’ve always known this Still looking for your smile. There is no heart In the deep dark night It has been given up For teeth that bite. They leave a scar Upon your skin That christens you Even as you enter in. We’ve always known this Though we’ve been blinded for so long We’ve always known this Trying to stay strong

Deep and Dark Lyrics. Down, I am down On the ground, sad and tired I'm down, it's over now Yes I'm down, should I like it? It's deep and dark Deep down in my heart It's deep and dark Since we've been apart. Is this love that comes around That takes me up light years higher? Because I, I want to feel love Once again. Deep and Dark" Track Info.

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A Sad Woman
B Deep, Dark Night