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Lovelights

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The first song on our first long play album. Probably for many people the first (and for some, the last) Viola-track they've heard. The string intro pretty much sets the tone of what's to come - home made dramatics all the way.

Henkka (R.I.P., bro!) loved playing this whenever he'd DJ at clubs. It was always kinda cool hearing it in a club PA. The sound sucked really bad, but Henkka used to compensate for it by blasting the track at 1000 db, which always kinda helped making it sound kind of punchy even if it was distorted as hell. He'd always play it so late into the night it didn't really make a difference. People were just blissfully dancing on with imminent danger of permanent ear damage.

Info

Music:
Riku Kärkkäinen / Esa Mikkonen
Words:
Riku Kärkkäinen

Lyrics

we chose the easy way
to make things hard
we chose the heart
we hide it from the world
conceal its shine
but love lights our eyes

catch the lights in lonely eyes
before they flow down inside tears
they can't keep solitude away

we're soft like sudden rain
but fall down hard
because we want no part
in things that make us feel unsound
it's in our eyes what all long to find

catch the lights in lonely eyes
before they flow down inside tears
precious things with highest price
the little glow that makes us care
catch the lights in lonely eyes
before they flow down inside tears
they can't keep solitude away

still remaining so pure
how low will you follow
catch the lights in lonely eyes
how low will you follow
catch the lights in lonely eyes
how low will you follow
how low will you follow