Music Monday: Paradise by The Rasmus

Music Monday is a meme that was created by Drew from The Tattooed Book Geek. You pick a song and/or video and share it on Monday.

 

Thoughts and other ramblings

I’ve been struggling with coming up with a song for this Monday, so I decided to go back to the past. Though Paradise is a pretty recent song, compared to, say In the Shadows which made The Rasmus a really well known band back in my teens.

 

Lyrics

I’m dead, but I’m living
I play the part I’ve been given
Still kicked out of heaven
I’m into nothing new
Every day is a battle
I made a deal with the devil
And now I’m deep into trouble

So tired
I was trying to find a better way but every day’s the same
I’m trying to break the numbness and it’s driving me insane
You could be my saviour, you could be just what I need
So I lay down and pray for something better

Go ahead and leave me paralyzed
There’s nothing left to sacrifice
In hell I’m shooting paradise
I’m ready so I’ll close my eyes

This is my paradise
This is my paradise

It’s gonna hurt but I’m ready
It’s clear where I’m heading
Don’t call paramedics
I’m into nothing new
I’ll be gone in a minute
I’m not afraid to admit it
So wrong but I love it

So tired
I was trying to find a better way but every day’s the same
I’m trying to break the numbness and it’s driving me insane
You could be my saviour, you could be just what I need
So I lay down and pray for something better

Go ahead and leave me paralyzed
There’s nothing left to sacrifice
In hell I’m shooting paradise
I’m ready so I’ll close my eyes

This is my paradise
This is my paradise

I made a deal with the devil
Every day is a battle
Every day is a battle
This is my paradise
I made a deal with the devil
Every day is a battle
Every day is a battle
This is my paradise
This is my paradise
This is my paradise
This is my paradise

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