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Passover


by Joy Division. Buy album CD: Permanent


This is a crisis I knew had to come,
Destroying the balance I'd kept.
Doubting, unsettling and turning around,
Wondering what will come next.
Is this the role that you wanted to live?
I was foolish to ask for so much.
Without the protection and infancy's guard,
It all falls apart at first touch.

Watching the reel as it comes to a close,
Brutally taking it's time,
People who change for no reason at all,
It's happening all of the time.
Can I go on with this train of events?
Disturbing and purging my mind,
Back out of my duties, when all's said and done,
I know that I'll lose every time.

Moving along in our God given ways,
Safety is sat by the fire,
Sanctuary from these feverish smiles,
Left with a mark on the door,
Is this the gift that I wanted to give?
Forgive and forget's what they teach,
Or pass through the deserts and wastelands once more,
And watch as they drop by the beach.

This is the crisis I knew had to come,
Destroying the balance I'd kept,
Turning around to the next set of lives,
Wondering what will come next.



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Album: Permanent (1995) Lyrics
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  1. Atmosphere
  2. Love Will Tear Us Apart (Permanent Mix)
  3. Love Will Tear Us Apart
  4. Transmission
  5. She's lost control
  6. Shadowplay
  7. Day of the lords
  8. Isolation
  9. Passover
  10. Heart and soul
  11. Twenty - four hours
  12. These days
  13. Novelty
  14. Dead souls
  15. The only mistake
  16. Something must break

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