Bastille,Bastille and more Bastille

 

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OMG!!!! <3 New song !!!!

SKULLS <3 <3 LYRICS::::!!!! C:

I came here for sanctuary
Away from the winds and the sounds of the city
I came here to get some peace
Way down deep where the shadows are heavy

I can’t help but think of you
In these four walls my thoughts seem to wander
To some distant century
When everyone we know is six feet under

When all of our friends are dead and just a memory
And we’re side by side it’s always been just you and me
For all to see

When our lives are over and all that remains
Are our skulls and bones let’s take it to the grave
And hold me in your arms, hold me in your arms
I’ll be buried here with you
And I’ll hold in these hands all that remains

I don’t want to rest in peace
I’d rather be the ghost that annoys you
I hope you can make me laugh
Six feet down when we’re bored of each other

A match is our only light
It’s day of the dead and I’m Indiana Jones here
These coins sit upon our eyes
Pool our funds and pay the boat together

When all of our friends are dead and just a memory
And we’re side by side it’s always been just you and me
For all to see

When our lives are over and all that remains
Are our skulls and bones let’s take it to the grave
And hold me in your arms, hold me in your arms
I’ll be buried here with you
And I’ll hold in these hands all that remains

And now it’s all before you
Hold me in your arms, hold me in your arms

When our lives are over and all that remains
Are our skulls and bones let’s take it to the grave
And hold me in your arms, hold me in your arms
I’ll be buried here with you
And I’ll hold in these hands all that remains

All This Bad Blood: Album Sampler

New songs: The Draw, Skulls

BASTILLE! Front Cover Shoot
Exclusive online fire alarm ringing giff cover ft Bastille! The third cover from  Notion magazine issue 64. With photography by James Moriarty.   (∆)

BASTILLE! Front Cover Shoot

Exclusive online fire alarm ringing giff cover ft Bastille! The third cover from  Notion magazine issue 64. With photography by James Moriarty.   (∆)