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Oomph! – Mind Over Matter lyrics

Now you're gone I fear
But somehow you're still here
You did not want to hear
But now I do not want to remember
Did not know my name but liked
To play this game and then
You fan the flame 'cause then
I saw your eyes made of amber
Stop that noiz!
You were so afraid
You looked like Sharon Tate
I think it was your fate
But no! I do not want to remember
Then you broke the spell cried 'help me -
I'm in hell' it was your final yell
'cause then I shut the door of your chamber...
Do you feel the knife when I thrill you?
Do you feel alive when I kill you?
Fuck me - mind over matter
I knew from the start that you would break my
And then I fell apart but now I do not dare to remember
Now you hold my hand say
'now I understand why death is not the
End' and now we feel the cold of december...



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