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23 de junio de 2015

"THE OTHERSIDE" BY TAMAR KAPRELIAN Y ESC 2015 UNITY


La componente del grupo armenio Genealogy, Tamar Kaprelian, ha compuesto su nuevo single "The Otherside"

Tamar ha querido contar con la colaboración de varias artistas femeninas del pasado Festival de Eurovisión como:

  · Elina Born (Estonia)
  · Elhaida Dani (Albania)
  · Maria-Elena Kyriakou (Grecia)
  · Stephanie Topalian (Armenia)

Consigue este single en formato digital en iTunes.

                       

Letra "The Otherside"

Thirty heartbeats from the rain
You're a poet with a stranger's name
Cause you woke up with a shattered heart
And the pieces are hard to find
In this wasted town
Where they've broken you down
And poisoned you with words
Under painted lies
That you've memorized
It's a story that no ones heard

What's wrong with this world we live in?
Where the good and bad collide
When did you stop believing, in a better life?
How many dreams unanswered
Before we get this right?
What if it's all forgiven
When you reach the other side

A traveler on these streets of gold
You never meant to sell your soul
But you find yourself rearranged
Like a prophet going blind
Tired of saving yourself
When there's no one to help
And you're fighting with both hands tied
And you're ready to go
In your heart cause you know
No one cares if you live or die

What's wrong with this world we live in?
Where the good and bad collide
When did you stop believing, in a better life?
How many dreams unanswered
Before we get this right?
What if it's all forgiven
When you reach the other side

You can swallow your pride but the river is wide
It returns you to where you have been.
Back to sand on the shore back to heaven and war
You're searching for where to begin.

What's wrong with this world we live in?
Why am I here inside?
When did you stop believing?

What's wrong with this world we live in?
Where the good and bad collide
When did you stop believing, in a better life?
How many dreams unanswered
Before we get this right?
What if it's all forgiven
When you reach the other side