These Countless Hours

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The seventh song off Oceanic's debut "City of Glass".


These Countless Hours

This is the last time you come here to beg on my doorstep
I thought I made it clear I don't need any of your help
Still, though, I've missed you, you make me forget who I am
A devil like you, baby, comes only once in a lifetime

Show me the way to Elysium
These countless hours...

This is the last time you come here, I'm sure, just to mock me
No one but you, baby, knows just how strong is this longing
Time passes, time passes, and songs we write become anthems
If this curse were lifted, by now I could have been a rich man.

Show me the way into Xanadu
These countless hours… alone
In a locked room
Behind a closed door
In front of the page

Maybe one of these days
We will harvest, we will harvest our praise
We will bask in the haze of the spotlights above

Nobody knows it, nobody cares but you and me
Nobody listens; nobody cares but you and me
But still I gotta tell you baby, I'm as happy as can be
One more time to tell you, maybe, I'm as happy as can be


from City of Glass [Full Album], released October 31, 2014
Written by Idan Liberman
Produced by Yossi Sassi (ex-Orphaned Land)

Gal Shochet - Drums
Or Lubianiker - Bass
Amir Manber - Lead Guitar
Idan Liberman - Vocals and Guitar



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Oceanic Israel

Oceanic is a four-piece that draws on melody, prog, metal and blues to create a unique sound which appeals to the entire rock spectrum. The band has played Progstage 2012, Israel's first international prog-rock festival, and opened for Pain of Salvation on their Israel show. Its debut City of Glass was released in 2014 with Mid-East rocker Yossi Sassi (Warner Bros.) at the production helm. ... more

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