The Song of a Heart

Music and lyrics by Nina Christensen and Elin Hörberg

 

I'm watching you doubt but I will not follow

you do what seems right and we all should do that, I assure you

I see you as a fighter. You live for the day and enjoy the night

you'll surely go far, cause with the song of that heart, clear and loud, you convince me

 

Did you really count on me to give up?

When you talk bad about yourself, should I agree?

I could never know, like you, how it hurts

let me assure you I'm not your enemy

Give it just a few more days and you'll be quite yourself again

Did you really count on me to give up, leave you in this roller coaster sent from hell?

 

I'm falling behind, yes I'm growing hollow

I see you're my kind and I should just let myself adore you

I thought I was a fighter who lived for the day and laughed through the night

inside me is a war, because the song of my heart, clear and loud, is silent. 

Did you really count on me to give up?

When you talk bad about yourself, should I agree?

I could never know, like you, how it hurts

let me assure you I'm not your enemy

Give it just a few more days and you'll be quite yourself again

Did you really count on me to give up, leave you in this roller coaster sent from hell?

 

My heart needs a song. That's why you should follow

and please, see beyond this darkness that I have borrowed

I need you as my fighter, to live for the day and hold me at night

We'll surely go far if the song of your heart, clear and loud, stays with me.

 

It's a life without dignity, so why should you follow 

into lightless insanity?

It's foolish. Don't do it.