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The future age
Cast asleep but the film remains
This aftertaste
All I want is that which I gave
Master / slave
I burn fast on sinking ships
And I can talk
I place pride on tick and tock
And it's lonely silent until dawn
Rite of passage open doors
But I'm not frightened
Master / slave
Line and sinker take the bait
Where others float
You and I crash land
Where others float
You and I crash land

Where I see us
In far away skies
I could not say where I am
Lost
The darkness falls upon the day
Where I see us
In far away skies
I could not say where I am
Lost
The darkness falls upon the day
Where I see us
In far away skies
I could not say where I am
Lost
The darkness falls upon the day

No answer
Answer
No answer

Where I see us
In far away skies
I could not say where I am
Lost
The darkness falls upon the day
Where I see us
In far away skies
I could not say where I am
Lost
The darkness falls upon the day
Where I see us
In far away skies
I could not say where I am
Lost
The darkness falls upon the day

There's no answer



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