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Parralox - Empty

Empty

Written by John von Ahlen

Verse 1
There's so many things I forgot to say
So maybe I'm burnt, but that don't mean I'm wrong
But anyway
There's so many times I forgot to play
Now there's red line, around life
But anyway

Chorus
Together we're forever
We fly from New York then back to London
Forever we're together
We stand together and never undone

Verse 2
We made all our plans and we made them good
Talked  so many times about the same things
Misunderstood
So here we are now with an empty space
Now there's a blue line around you
But anyway

Repeat Chorus


Verse 3
I made a mistake, and I'll make plenty  more
You made some as well, but I'm not keeping score
But anyway
I think all about all the times you left me there
Now there's a green line, inside me
I want you now

Repeat Chorus

 

Title Empty
Songwriter   John von Ahlen
Vocalist   Amii & John von Ahlen
Production #   027
Engineer   Juan del Toro
Producer   John von Ahlen
Dedicated to   Giorgio Moroder
Studio   Subterrane Recording Studio
Software   Cubase VST, Cubase 5, Soundforge
Instruments   Linn Drum, Fairlight CMI IIx, Jupiter 4, Halion
Time   4:08
BPM   126
Copyright   Subterrane Records 2024
Appears on   Isn't It Strange
Additional Info:
B-Side to Isn't It Strange

 

 

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