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From Here To Zero

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Bringing Jeannie's post of QTTaquito's lyric guess here:

FROM HERE TO ZERO

VERSE 1:
Here we are at the starting line
Of a race that goes till the end of time
You and I
Take a long deep breath and I'll take one too
as the seconds fade and the minutes move
I'm by your side

Life's a countdown that never ends
And the world we know keeps on cavin' in
We can hold on, I will hold on

CHORUS:
Till the clocks run out, till the sun breaks down
I'll be all the love you need
Till the stars turn cold, I'll never let you go
From here to zero.

VERSE 2:
A love we've set for a second look
like a flower pressed in your favorite book
by the windowsill
We got lost in a passing glance
as the winter frost melted in our hands
and time stood still

Life's a countdown that never stops
Does it all fall down as we count the cost?
We can hold on, I will hold on

CHORUS:
Till the clocks run out, till the sun breaks down
I'll be all the love you need
Till the stars turn cold, I'll never let you go
From here to zero.

Bridge:
And every point in between
from curtain up to closing scene
(the spotlight we've been living in)
Look in your heart and please believe
I'll never go, I'll never leave
From here until the end.

CHORUS:
Till the clocks run out, till the sun breaks down
I'll be all the love you need
Till the stars turn cold, I'll never let you go
From here to zero.

Till the clocks run out, till the sun breaks down
I'll be all the love you need
Till the stars turn cold, I'll never let you go
From here to zero.

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Thanks for bringing this over, Dinna!

I love the sentiment in this song. We were having the discussion here, I think in the Paper Heart thread, about what a DC song about "letting go" would sound like. I don't think this is it, but it's probably the closest thing David's written to a straight-out love song since his Axium days. (And hey -- it actually uses the word "love" -- when has that ever happened before? Wink )

In any case, the lyrics really remind me of RHWY, for some reason. Maybe it's the theme of faithfulness. And the reappearance of the stars metaphor.

Also, I've said it elsewhere, but -- I adore the line

Quote :
like a flower pressed in your favorite book
by the windowsill

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@cimorene wrote:
Thanks for bringing this over, Dinna!

I love the sentiment in this song. We were having the discussion here, I think in the Paper Heart thread, about what a DC song about "letting go" would sound like. I don't think this is it, but it's probably the closest thing David's written to a straight-out love song since his Axium days. (And hey -- it actually uses the word "love" -- when has that ever happened before? Wink )

In any case, the lyrics really remind me of RHWY, for some reason. Maybe it's the theme of faithfulness. And the reappearance of the stars metaphor.

Also, I've said it elsewhere, but -- I adore the line
Quote :
like a flower pressed in your favorite book
by the windowsill


I agree about everything you said!

And that yellow line up there ^? EXACTLY Very Happy

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Hm...Perhaps it was Zac Maloy who wrote the lyric containing "love" LOL Face Just kidding.

I also love the flower pressed into your favorite book line. It's sweet and sentimental. Awww Love

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