Verse 1

Dark clouds bluntly cut off the umbilical cord

Between me and the Heaven that still held my sword.

Out of the safety of the womb,

Lost in a world that felt like tomb,

I trembled as the icy rain came pouring down.

Cold wind's laughter echoed, I was about to drown.

Chorus

Shiver ran through my spine,

Your absence filled up my chest.

You crossed the last salt line,

You left me in the tempest.

By the time I sublime,

The storm would have wrecked my nest.

The loss can't be defined,

It was my darkest tempest.

Verse 2

A glimpse of lightning illuminated the void,

My world was dented, as if struck by asteroid.

Thunder whispered a lullaby.

Cold and alone, I was to die.

The trees danced in tune with the tempest's pristine dirge.

I accepted my fate, since Zeus was in charge.

Chorus

Shiver ran through my spine,

Your absence filled up my chest.

You crossed the last salt line,

You left me in the tempest.

By the time I sublime,

The storm would have wrecked my nest.

The loss can't be defined,

It was my darkest tempest.

Bridge

(Spoken: Job 9:17)

"For He bruises me with a tempest

And multiplies my wounds without cause."

Chorus

Shiver ran through my spine,

Your absence filled up my chest.

You crossed the last salt line,

You left me in the tempest.

By the time I sublime,

The storm would have wrecked my nest.

The loss can't be defined,

It was my darkest tempest.