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True Love is the Oldest Fear

This song is by Klimt 1918 and appears on the album Just in Case We'll Never Meet Again (2008).

Like an exhausted soldier
Sleepless for five and six days
Burning dark clothes I wear
Sometimes I feel like being dead
The oldest fear is true love
It's the desert in my mouth
I've been looking for love
I got enough guilt to start
I'm still up and staring
At the trails of aeroplanes
Soundless dawn slow motion
Sometimes I feel like being loved
The sweetest truth is failure
It's the cold breeze felt in June
I've been looking for her
I got enough love to give

And her smile now explodes in the coldest day
She can't stop to instigate true-love's hopeless fate
And my mouth now collides with my oldest fear
I can't hold these inside
I can't hold these tears

It's the sound of the joy that I can't rewind
I used to hear distant crack out in the city night
And today I've no words
I'm coming unmasked for her
I would like to sing it all day long
It's true love. It's the sound of the joy
That I can't rewind
I used to hear distant cracks out in the city night
And today I've no words
I'm coming unmasked for her
I would like to sing it all day long

I'm still up and staring
At the trails of aeroplanes
Sometimes I feel like being loved
Just listen to the sound of the joy I can't rewind
True love's hopeless fate