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Seventh Station- The Edge of the Lake (Official Video)



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Submitted by rdtprog | 8/8/2017

Our first video for our second single from our debut album Between Life and Dreams available on:


Riding down the street of the famous sin.
Listening to nothing, no human beings.
Dark and low are my last call.
Took me down, killed my soul.

The air is cold, the dream is gone.
Am I invisible?
Dare to look at myself, I am too old.

The train is late, I still wait.
My hopes are lost in broken rails.
I look at the time, it guides my light.
Throwing myself down and wait to die.

Night falls, I still alive.
No one comes to see the old man.

Twenty years have come and gone.
I have never changed.

Beyond the moistly grass,
There I stopped to rest.
I took a desperate breath,
Staring through her tainted grave.

Pushing myself to the sparks, somewhere far away.
At the edge of the lake, I see her now.
Twenty years, she looks the same.

Closer and closer, tear and fear unite.
She takes my hand slowly.
God, I missed her touch.
At the edge of the lake, I woke up.

Music by Dmitri Alperovich and Alexey Polyansky
Lyrics by Dmitri Alperovich

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