The Knife Kino Lyrics

I heard a puff, I heard a blow

I felt the ground, I felt the snow

I thought of linen and old lace

I never really saw his face

I heard a grunt, I heard a moan

I felt the sun, I saw the moon

I saw the northern light above

And the eclipse of the sun

I am a breath, I am a wish

I am a rocket, And a fish

I felt his measures and his weight

My own body as a scale

You heard a whisper in my ear

You are not here, you are not there

I saw the northern light above

The eclipse of the sun

My feet was hurt, my knees were sore

And I wondered why he burned

And I wondered why he burned

I heard a puff, I heard a blow

I felt the ground, I felt the snow

I thought of linen and of lace

I never really saw his face

I heard a grunt, I heard a moan

I felt the sun, I saw the moon

I saw the northern light above

And the eclipse of the sun

I am a breath, I am a wish

I am a rocket, And a fish

I felt his measures and his weight

My own body as a scale

You heard a whisper in my ear

You are not here, you are not there

So in love that I could die

The eclipse of the sun

My feet was hurt, my knees were sore

And I wondered why it burned

And I wondered why it burned

Then I had to climb down

I went up to see the sun rise

And then I had to climb back up again

I had to be there to see the sun rise

For the air that you sent to guide me

Had a tonne of elephant grey

We were all there in the morning

We were there and we wanted to stay

Then I had to climb down

I went up to see the sun rise

And then I had to climb back up again

I had to be there to see the sun rise

For the air that you sent to guide me

Had a tonne of elephant grey

We were all there in the morning

We were there and we wanted to stay