24.3.14

José González-Stay Alive

José González is a Swedish singer and songwriter, born in 1978. He is well known for his indie-folk tunes! Jose is also a great guitarist who collaborated with many artists on stage. He is also a member of the band "Junip". His track "Heartbeats" is still playing in the top charts, but he is back for the scoring of the movie "The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty". One of the soundtracks is already a hit and you can watch it here. We are talking about "Stay Alive" which is playing at the end credits of the film and you can see a few shots in the music video. Enjoy and like our page: facebook.com/lyricsonmywall


José González-Stay Alive

There’s a rhythm in rush these days
Where the lights don’t move and the colors don’t fade
Leaves you empty with nothing but dreams
In a world gone shallow
In a world gone lean

Sometimes there’s things a man cannot know
Gears won’t turn and the leaves won’t grow
There’s no place to run and no gasoline
Engine won’t turn
And the train won’t leave

Engines won’t turn and the train won’t leave

I will stay with you tonight
Hold you close ‘til the morning light
In the morning watch a new day rise
We’ll do whatever just to stay alive
We’ll do whatever just to stay alive

Well the way I feel is the way I write
It isn’t like the thoughts of the man who lies
There is a truth and it’s on our side
Dawn is coming
Open your eyes
Look into the sun as the new days rise

And I will wait for you tonight
You’re here forever and you’re by my side
I’ve been waiting all my life
To feel your heart as it’s keeping time
We’ll do whatever just to stay alive

Dawn is coming
Open your eyes
Dawn is coming
Open your eyes
Dawn is coming
Open your eyes
Dawn is coming
Open your eyes

Look into the sun as the new days rise
There’s a rhythm in rush these days
Where the lights don’t move and the colors don’t fade
Leaves you empty with nothing but dreams
In a world gone shallow
In a world gone lean

But there is a truth and it’s on our side
Dawn is coming open your eyes
Look into the sun as a new days rise

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