mavis limerent ft. lela gruber of venues official video

Limerent ft. Lela Gruber of VENUES – (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

MAVIS' single 'Limerent feat. Lela Gruber of VENUES'!

Video directed | edited | filmed by Danny Jakov
Recording and sounddesign by Manuel Renner at Überlärm Studios
Drumrecording by Jens Seifert at Rama Studios
Mixed and mastered by Manuel Renner
Produced by Manuel Renner & MAVIS
Written by Phil Donay & Manuel Weller
Additional vocalrecording by Daniela "Lela" Gruber & Dennis Peller
Special thanks to Akaygün Seyit Ali, Shure Distribution GmbH, Innenstadtkinos Stuttgart, Ben's Diner Neckarsulm

Lyrics:
I’m alive
But my heart feels like a stone
We’re strangers in this place that we call home
This place that we call home

Wait
How could this even be
Completely lost in the moment
Without the atonement
For what used to be

Change has come and we shall see
What we can build from this basis
A blooming oasis
Growing rampant from the start

Taking a while
To provide the identity
Briskly and wild
Enclosing my soul
With warmth so overwhelming
And harmony between it all

A careless ride along
Embrace it till its gone

I’m alive
But my heart feels like a stone
We’re strangers in this place that we call home
This place that we call home

Wait
How come that you can’t see
What already happened between us
What’s buried beneath us
All these words we've thrown against the walls

Pretend to choke it down when I get loud
Pretend to hold me close when I pass out

I’m alive
But my heart feels like a stone
We’re strangers in this place that we call home
This place that we call home

Slow motion disaster
Stuck in the aftermath
We’re strangers in this place that we call home
This place that we call home

Pretend to choke it down when I get loud
For we catch a feeling, that we both burn down
Do you feel the same way? Do you even care at all?
Pretend to hold me close when I pass out

I’m alive
But my heart feels like a stone
We’re strangers in this place that we call home
This place that we call home

Slow motion disaster
Stuck in the aftermath
We’re strangers in this place that we call home
This place that we call home

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