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In Hearts Wake - LORELEY (The Lovers) [Official Music Video]

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Published on Feb 3, 2013

LORELEY (The Lovers) is taken from Divination out now via UNFD.

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Starring: Jesse Goggins, Penny Anne Hoffman and Blue
Directed by: Dylan Wiehahn // www.springpictures.com.au
Produced by: Jake Taylor
Written by: Jake Taylor + Dylan Wiehahn
Filmed in the surrounding areas of Byron Bay, NSW, Australia.
www.facebook.com/inheartswake


--Years pass by me now,
I know only one life, one love.
The wind carries her, the ocean holds her memory.
With each breath I am closer, closer to her touch.
She is waiting...--

LORELEY (The Lovers)
Dismember me, throw my soul to the sea, watch as it sinks so slowly. Man overboard, my heart breaks on the shore. Caught staring at the lights in her eyes. She'll pull you down to your fucking demise. Dragging you under, lost in a foolish rapture, the lovers drown. Sailors lost at sea, can you hear me calling as I scream beware? You're staring at the sinking ships. Beneath the waves you come to grips. You've reached the end. From buried bones the ghosts ascend.
Dismember me, throw my soul to the sea, watch as it sinks so slowly. Man overboard, my heart breaks on the shore. Together we flow, caught in the undertow. Cultivate and create what we already know, this is wicked love. From buried bones the ghosts ascend.
Dismember me, throw my soul to the sea watch as it sinks so slowly. Man overboard, my heart breaks on the shore.

Liner Notes - Based on the Tarot card 'The Lovers' it represents the balance between two forces. This song depicts the shadow of 'The Lovers' in that sometimes we are blinded by what we want to see and not what's actually before us. In this case 'throw my soul to the sea' and 'heartbreak on the shores' have been used as oceanic metaphors to retell an ancient folklore tale. The myth tells the story of 'Loreley' (a feminine water spirit) who dwelled in the rocks of the German Rhine. She would bewitch sailors with her beauty and song only to crash their hulls on the riverbed and 'pull them down to their demise.'

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