song of the moment

this song has made it to the number one hit here this past summer, and since i don’t keep up with the latest music ever, i’ve only just heard of it now.

the one that became number one hit is the remix version, which, says Wikipedia, is actually done without permission from the band, Lilly Wood & The Prick. just like the rest of the world, this remix version was also the one i heard first. after searching for it, i finally stumbled upon the original version. the band itself is a duo from France, and their music genre is said to be “alternative, pop, & folk”.

although i much prefer the original version, i must say i’m glad Robin Schulz made a remix of it. without the remix that made the song ever so popular, i wouldn’t have ever known about the existence of this band.

and actually, i don’t mind the remix version. it gets me going when i’m sewing, so that’s a good thing! the original version is nicer to listen to when i’m in need of a relaxing time.

listen to both versions to decide for yourself!

Prayer in C – Lilly Wood & The Prick (original version)

Ya, You never said a word
You didn’t send me no letter
Don’t think I could forgive you

See our world is slowly dying
I’m not wasting no more time
Don’t think I could believe you

Ya, our hands will get more wrinkled
And our hair it will be grey
Don’t think I could forgive you

And see the children are starving
And their houses were destroyed
Don’t think they could forgive you

Hey, when seas will cover lands
And when men will be no more
Don’t think you can forgive you

Ya when there’ll just be silence
And when life will be over
Don’t think you will forgive you

PS. i do not own the videos, songs, nor the lyrics. i just borrowed them for personal use.


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