Death Star [song lyric]

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Your soul took the life from me right from the start
By brutally bleeding me dry
I wanted to run but I hadn’t the heart
Nor the wings that I needed to fly

Although it was plain that destruction was near
I had no desire to resist
I wanted the whole of you (nothing to fear)
When by your throbbing lips I was kissed

You always brought me nearer to
That light up in the sky
It’s called a star when seen from far
(For me a place to die)

Remember the strange things I saw on your back
When the moon flooded into your face
On our mountain our lips locked like rails on a track
As we entered the power of embrace

I helped them to grow (in the splendour you soared)
Like an eagle at home on the wind
With you as my port where longboats were moored
And where you could play while I sing

You always brought me nearer to
That light up in the sky
It’s called a star when seen from far
(For me a place to die)

You used me to drink from my veins to your fill
With Venus the bright morning star
I cherished your soul and I cherish it still
Though now like a knife in my heart

Better my heart than my back for your blade
At least I can see where you’re from
At one time your love was full-flow without fade
And then it became hit-and-run

You always brought me nearer to
That light up in the sky
It’s called a star when seen from far
(For me a place to die)

And so I now leave you and say with low voice
There’s something you must overcome
When having a scene with your lover of choice
Just make sure it’s two-way and not one

 

© 2010 Alan Morrison

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