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Last Days Of The War​/​SECT IV

from The Happiest Days Of My Life by David Galas

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Growing older, nothing lasts here. Help me die today. You’re screaming at me, running crazy. Drawing circles into the ground. And I’m falling apart once again, all the people are turning away. And I’ve seen all I can and I don’t understand, why did you kill me this way? Look right at me, what do you see? Dying eyes burned into the sun. And I’m falling apart once again; all the people are turning away. And I’ve seen all I can and I don’t understand, why did you kill me this way? My good friend, in the rain, walking home from the War. It’s cold and I’m tired and the sun’s going down. Let’s stay here and we’ll drink a bit more. Raping waiting, killing everything. I’m tired and I want to go home. Time is cracking, we are choking. Lay down here to die. The War turned the world into Hell. The bombs, they all blackened the sky. You walked through all the ashes through the end days of time singing “someday we all must die”. Someday we all must die.

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from The Happiest Days Of My Life, released November 2, 2009

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David Galas Marquette, Michigan

David Galas is an American singer, song writer, and multi-instrumentalist.
In addition to his own work, he is a contributing member of the legendary darkwave band; LYCIA.

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