As Summer Dies

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lyrics

AS SUMMER DIES

It’s always been too late the racing clocks of escaping fate
they were never on my side I’m finally leaving them behind

I’m looking at the map wondering where I’ll be
when the clock strikes twelve in twenty twenty three
hoping maybe it’s foretold that I will make it through the cold

Is it too late for me, to look the storm in the eye
to face the consequence and live before I die

Let this moment be my exodus,
as winter comes for all of us
Remember love and bless the fall as summer dies

I pray no god but I do ask myself,
how far I’ve gone to make amends
Remember love and bless the fall as summer dies

It’s always been my fault,
the proving grounds of my youths revolt
are soaked in blood and bitter tears,
the precious fruit of wasted years
But there’s a clarity that all this baggage brings
And when it’s said and done I wouldn’t change a thing
I throw my questions to the wind I’m finally ready to begin

Is it too late for me to look the storm in the eye
to face the consequence and live before I die

Let this moment be my exodus,
as winter comes for all of us
Remember love and bless the fall as summer dies

I pray no god but I do ask myself,
how far I’ve gone to make amends
Remember love and bless the fall as summer dies

credits

from Hartsbane - As Summer Dies, released May 1, 2019
Lev Kerzhner - Vocals
Amit Fortus - Guitars
Alon Shulman - Bass
Aviram Zeevy - Drums

Mixed by Ofer Dvir & Shahar Silberstein
Mastered by Yuval Siberstein

Recorded Live in concert at The Zone, Tel Aviv, Israel.

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Hartsbane

Hartsbane is a new take on traditional heavy metal.

Rooted in classics like Iron Maiden and Blind Guardian but heavily influenced by modern flavors like djent and folk metal.

Active in Israel and Europe, Hartsbane gears up to take its place on stages from Tel Aviv to London.
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