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AMIGA-MODAstronomical Clock by flag Cutcreator (Allan Abildgaard Kirkeby)
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PC (other)In Control Have video

Author: flag KB (Tammo Hinrichs) GroupFarbrausch

Song Length: 3:06
Release Year: 2002
Song Status: Active
Song Bitrate: 128 kbps
Song Legacy Flag: R
Song Source: Demo
Song Platform: PlatformPC (other)


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Why is it that the sadness wouldn't leave,
That there's always something cold in this warm world of mine?
Every sun ray seems to hurt; flowers fade as I walk by.
This small itch when I think everything's just fine.

So why don't I feel the contentment, the happiness I am supposed to feel?
Why do I still dwell in compassion, denying to see that my dream's come real?
I just want to finally realise I'm in control of what I'll become,
Without need of asking the world while still here and not long gone.

Come on!

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flagmirrorbird
symptomless coma

Okayish EBM. Could use a little work all around. I can imagine this sounding really good live!