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8 thoughts on “ Walk Away From The Sun - Seether - Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces (CD, Album)

  1. Walk away from the sun, come slowly undone I can see in your eyes I've already won I could bleed for a smile, I could cry for some fun Walk away from the sun, and tell everyone There's so much left in the air So much to tell from a stare There's so much left to defend But I am no fun So turn away from the ones who hurt everyone.
  2. Seether - Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces Album Lyrics; 1. Like Suicide Lyrics: 2. Like Suicide (Explicit) Lyrics: 3. Fake It (Explicit) Lyrics: 4. FMLYHM (Explicit) Lyrics: 5. Fake It Lyrics: 6. Careless Whisper Lyrics: 7. Careless Whisper (Strings Version) Lyrics: 8. Careless Whisper [Strings Version] Lyrics: 9. Rise Above This Lyrics:
  3. Walk away from the sun, come slowly undone I can see in your eyes, I've already won I could bleed for a smile, I could cry for some fun Walk away from the sun and tell everyone, yeah There's so much left in the air So much to tell from a stare There's so much left to defend But I'm no fun So turn away from the ones, you hurt everyone I can tell by your smile, you're coming undone I could bleed.
  4. Das CD-Album "Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces" von Seether () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  5. New Zealand charts and music portal. Label: SBME: Entry: 05/11/ (Position 19) Last week in charts: 28/07/ (Position 39).
  6. Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces is Seether's 3rd major studio album and the bands newest album in 15 months. The first single 'Fake It' is already released to radio. "We've been working very hard on this album, and it's been quite some time since we've had a single at radio, so we're extremely excited to be back in the saddle, so to speak/5().
  7. 17 rows · Jul 11,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Seether - Finding /5(78).
  8. That's why the lead single Fake It accurately describes Seether's career, up to Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces. Seether's latest record moves away from well, the blandness of Disclaimer and Karma and Effect. Seether's latest album successfully recovers them from being like, well, Nickelback or .

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