De Tijdloze website bevat statistieken en informatie over de Tijdloze 100. Dit is de allertijden-lijst van Studio Brussel. Op het einde van elk jaar zend StuBru het beste uit de rockgeschiedenis uit. Op deze site vind je alle lijsten sinds 1987 en allerhande statistieken.
|Origineel op album||The Ideal Crash (1999)|
|In de Tijdloze|
Niet in de Tijdloze van 2018.
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Oh my sweet Sister Dew what have I done? All my life I've only loved the one I was taught to be tolerant and plain I was taught a million things I can't explain It must have been the hatred in her eyes It must have been the power to her lies Sister tell me there's a place where I can hide Oh my sweet, this is how it did unfold no my body never felt so calm and cold All around us there were people in the park No my senses never felt so clear and stark And I know that she saw it in my way And I'm sure that she heard it in my voice Tell me Sister please, I didn't have a choice I enjoyed to see her being idle She never had no worries, nothing vital From the day I met her to the final Afternoon There was something there I, I can't describe it We were kicking ass, we, we didn't fight it She never once suspected, that she had it Coming soon Oh my sweet Sister Dew what have I done? All my life I've only loved the one I was raised with compassion and they said I was loved for the loving that I spread Now the only thing remaining is this chill And the only emptiness I need to fill Is understanding what it is that made me kill Please forgive me if I keep on smiling But every sad story has a funny side in From that moment on I felt like crying Every day 'Cause all around us there were people screaming For half a second I thought I was dreaming My baby looked at me her eyes were beaming I walked away Oh my sweet Sister Dew what have I done? All my life I've never loved no one So it dawned on me this should be the place Now the only thing I crave is an embrace So let your tender wisdom be mine And let me come to you like a child I'd like to stick around here for a while
In de Tijdloze
1 notering (1999)