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Natasha Khan - Garden's Heart Lyrics (Feat. Jon Hopkins)


Natasha Khan – Garden’s Heart (Feat. Jon Hopkins)

We lived in a garden’s heart,
And opened it up for the sky.
The world spun itself away,
But I was coming alive by your side.

And now the sky is snowing out,
And we are talking from so far away.
I hear a whisper in the trees
Where I am you and you are me.

You need to find a way back here.
Remember what I said:
The space that is in between,
You have to fight it.
You have to fight it.
You have to fight it.

And now, the trees are growing still,
And the flowers have fallen asleep.
There’s a darkness beyond the hill,
And I pray for your soul, your soul to keep.

You need to find a way back here.
Remember what I said:
The space that is in between,
You have to fight it.
You have to fight it.
You have to fight it.

Where I am you and you are me.
You have to fight it.
Where I am you and you are me.
Where I am you and you are me.
You have to fight it.
You have to fight it.

[Lyrics to Garden’s Heart by Natasha Khan (Feat. Jon Hopkins)]
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  • Rob says:

    This a dark and edgy song used with heart wrenching lyrics used to great effect in the end credits of the 2013 movie “How I Live Now”. Watch the movie and you will see how the lyrics of the song portray the synopsis of the movie to a tee. It is the last offering on the 16 song soundtrack album by Jon Hopkins and one of only three tracks with lyrics.
    The slow menacing, driving bass-line and the Bat For Lashes’ lead singer’s crisp soaring vocal style compliment each other perfectly; matching the darkness of the movie plot which ultimately embraces the enduring struggle of the human spirit to love and be loved. In this instance it is set in the modern English country side amidst the chaos and fallout of a nuclear attack. A beautiful piece of music made even more so when you know the story behind it.

    • Karrinah Mousey says:

      Thanks for this beautiful review.
      I also watched that movie, and everything flows in an amazing way the entire time. From peace to chaos, the music flows like feathers and thunders, really outstanding.

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