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Pain of Salvation
Flame to the Moth

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© Compiler: Anton Gavzov // chief of the project (
± BPM (tempo): ♩ = 137 beats per minute

Lyrics and Music by Daniel Gildenlöw

I long for the summer,
I long for the sun, gently touching my face.
I’ll open my eyes, let it burn every splinter,
Unleash desert storms on its way to my heart.

And I had this coming
Every day of my life,
This is where I stop fighting,
Eyes open wide.

I once had blue eyes, hungry and wise,
Now they are black from this dark age of lies.
We’re all privatized, industrialized,
We capitalize on the beams in our eyes.

It’s all in the eyes.

Eyes - tearing with sorrow,
Burning with anger and passion and lust,
The swift wind of thought
Of wildness and laughter,
The soil of defiance, the firm ground of trust.

(We had this coming every day of our lives.)
(We should start fighting for eyes open wide.)

But I am put here in this world gone insane
Where everything’s for sale:
From nature over stars down to DNA.
Then I can gladly say:
I’d be the first to break that norm
Any day, any way,
And the last to join the ranks
To hunt down the daily threat
Or any other brand of prey.

We once had blue eyes, probing the skies,
Now they are blackened from this modern life.
We’re all privatized, industrialized,
A failure - offensive and sore to the eye.

   From this dark age of treason
   We all know how to cry,
   Then we learn how to smile, oh,
   How to smile.
   We’re all telling the truth,
   Tell us the truth!
   Then we learn how to lie,
   Oh, how we lie,
   Now we lie.

When you bow your heads tomorrow
At the world we build today,
I want you to remember
That I stood my ground
And said no, say no.

I said no…
Say no!
I said no…
Say no!
I said no…
Say no!
Say no!
Say no!


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