Darren Hayes - The Siren's Call
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DARREN HAYES


The Siren's Call Lyrics

Tie me up against the mast and shield the sunlight from my eyes
For I no longer can resist the haunting of her cries.
They call me from the jagged rock.
It was the sweetest melody,
Like gold and honey dripping from the fingertips of God.
I feel the wind against my face from the flapping of her wings.
I feel the black and silky tenderness all choking me.

But I can almost taste happiness.
It's such a long way off.
But I can almost feel your embrace
Аbove the siren's call.

Now it's not beautiful or pure,
But it exists beyond the shore.
It struggles to be heard above the screeching of her call.
Beneath my feet a rumbling, a hundred demons clambering.
They chase away my harmony and make love afraid to call.
They grow forever restless and as our ship sets out to sea,
They will not be silenced never for you or me.

But I can almost taste happiness.
It's such a long way off.
But I can almost feel your embrace
Аbove the siren's call.

And I've seen a hint of it.
This happiness,
This bliss.
Just knowing it exists,
I know that I must try.
And I've caught a glimpse of it,
One moment just one kiss
From the corner of my eye
Of better days gone by.

But I can almost taste happiness.
But I can almost feel your embrace.

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