Wolfe, Chelsea - Color Of Blood Lyrics




A hunger never satisfied
I can't keep you off my mind
Dancing, moving, passing time
Lost worlds and endless nights

I held you at a distance then
So I could keep you sacred now
I watched the veins under my skin
Moving, changing from blue to red
Those colours battle to repent
Fighting some kind of punishment
For loving you

The deathless tell me
"Go on, stay low
Grow old let your hair grow"
In sleep there is no sorrow
Slowly prolonging a cruel fate
For loving you

They hear everything
They glow with their own light
They sing out your name
A thousand times at night

Generations of sadness
Inbred and under fire
In a thousand languages
A word for this desire
For loving you





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Wolfe, Chelsea Color Of Blood Comments
  1. Simon Arsenault

    My dear friend made me discover this artist. We always put this one and mer in his car. Sadly he passed away and just rediscover this song...

  2. Battling Nelson

    Epic song.

  3. Gabriel Arias

    Can't stop listening to this one. Gave up trying.

  4. Phoenix Dawn

    Such a powerful song!

  5. Anderson Prime

    Love the Novocaine drip... Best track on the album.

  6. ignacio meteors

    I enjoy her singing melodies on this record! !

  7. Rorchach Camargo

    Foda demais!

  8. wiinterflowers

    This woman is a GODDESS!

  9. Snugthulu

    Never in my life I had thought a lisp would make me get the chills, I love this song so much

  10. Nunya

    I feel like this song would be great to have sex to

  11. Me5Ponk

    This is a great song. Sounds like she's wearing a retainer.

    Kirk

    Hah, no kidding. I was fiddling with my headphone jack to make sure it was connected properly. What is she doing, channeling Tom Rapp from Pearls Before Swine?

  12. Tai-Bere

    Love this song, but the fake lisp drives me absolutely crazy. Wish I could un-hear it...

  13. joyce brain

    This album is perfect for a sensual horror movie.

    Phoenix Dawn

    Yes, it is very soundtracky!

  14. Minister Sinister

    I love you Amanda for ever. 11-15-17

  15. Isaac Diez

    ¡Holi amigos!

  16. Federico Quiros

    Sounds like Reverend Bizarre’s Strange Horizon

  17. Hello How are you?

    I've found Beauty on it's own pure level-

  18. Timothy Buchanan

    that distortion is wonderfully nasty

  19. Azathoth

    sopinha the massa, a tipa

  20. dreamofmelancholy

    My 6-year-old sons' commentary was, that she sounds like Sid from Ice Age. Children are brutally honest. He likes the song anyways ; )

  21. Michele Lopez

    A HUNGER NEVER SATISFIED
    I CAN’T KEEP YOU OFF MY MIND
    DANCING, MOVING, PASSING TIME
    LOST WORLDS AND ENDLESS NIGHTS
    I HELD YOU AT A DISTANCE THEN
    SO I COULD KEEP YOU SACRED NOW
    I WATCHED THE VEINS UNDER MY SKIN
    MOVING, CHANGING FROM BLUE TO RED
    THOSE COLORS BATTLE TO REPENT
    FIGHTING SOME KIND OF PUNISHMENT
    FOR LOVING YOU
    THE DEATHLESS TELL ME
    GO ON, STAY LOW
    GROW OLD AND LET YOUR HAIR GROW
    IN SLEEP THERE IS NO SORROW
    SLOWLY PROLONGING A CRUEL FATE
    FOR LOVING YOU
    THEY HEAR EVERYTHING
    THEY GLOW WITH THEIR OWN LIGHT
    THEY SING OUT YOUR NAME
    A THOUSAND TIMES A NIGHT
    GENERATIONS OF SADNESS
    INBRED AND UNDER FIRE
    IN A THOUSAND LANGUAGES
    A WORD FOR THIS DESIRE
    FOR LOVING YOU

  22. Michael Bernier

    I love the use of the vocal harmonizer on this, it is such a brilliant song! This one haunted me all summer, perfect for driving at 11 p.m., utter night music!

  23. moonstone

    She's really evolved a lot over the past few years. I saw her live in September 2012 for the first time at a small bar, and then recently saw her again this past May of 2016 (at a considerably larger venue) she was SO much more confident onstage; her sound had also developed in a lot of interesting ways. I hadn't actually listened to this album prior to seeing that recent show, so I barely knew any of the new songs, but I've gotten around to it and really liked what I've heard. She had me hooked with Apokalypsis—she's something special.

  24. train wreck

    I dont understand the obsession, lo-fang is waaaaaay better.

    Bellaenna Baratheon

    train wreck i dont understand your trash opinion. No one asked for it. And btw if you dont like her why come to her music? Just to annoy those who love her? Wow. What an intelligence. 😂

    Phoenix Dawn

    Well, not every music/musician for everyone!

  25. DivineLuna

    So good. And such a refreshing sound.

  26. mickeybunts

    One of the best musicians alive today. Period

    scs bvs

    absolutely

  27. Paulo Inácio

    Lovely!!!!

  28. Arion Sera

    BTW:
    This is a half cover of Jesse K Philips track "Arteries"
    Worth checking out.

  29. Jezia Labidi

    I love how she's faking a vampire accent with the way she can't pronounce some letters like " s " :D

    Worldin Pains

    I don´t mind her bringing me forth before eternity.. and back..

    Wade Guidry

    It's not an accent....she IS a vampire.

    The Bread Pill

    Dominik Wysocki is right. It's not a lisp or mispronunciation. I tried to do a cover of this song, and the same sound was created when I added a pitched down vocal layer under the main vocal layer.

    David Ban

    The lisp of doom.

    intervalkid

    I got the sense, but what makes you think vampires can't pronounce "s"? They speak normally, just when they transform they sound double voiced and one of them pitch shifted with strange fast modulations.

  30. ivan doublebass

    pelle d'oca cazzo ,pelle d'oca !

  31. Cheese Priestess

    I love her haunting style. very captivating

  32. nicolaxoxo1

    Seeing her in Seattle, hoping she will do this one

  33. Inanna Moonchild

    This is my favourite track in this OUTSTANDING album. I absolutely love the lyrics. They set such an atmosphere.

  34. cursedravenZA

    A hunger never satisfied
    I can’t keep you off my mind
    Dancing, moving, passing time
    Lost worlds and endless nights
    I held you at a distance then
    So i could keep you sacred now
    I watched the veins under my skin
    Moving, changing from blue to red
    Those colors battle to repent
    Fighting some kind of punishment
    For loving you
    The deathless tell me
    Go on, stay low
    Grow old and let your hair grow
    In sleep there is no sorrow
    Slowly prolonging a cruel fate
    For loving you
    They hear everything
    They glow with their own light
    They sing out your name
    A thousand times a night
    Generations of sadness
    Inbred and under fire
    In a thousand languages
    A word for this desire
    For loving you

    Ina Numen

    cursedravenZA tak👍

    Chin Chin

    Do you know what the song is about? Cause I don't get it.

    Saru2191

    Seems like a story about someone letting go of love because they became a vampire. You're now cursed with immortality, outliving who ever you loved, and you're punished by always having them in your memory.

    "Generations of sadness"

    Phoenix Dawn

    @Saru2191 Or, it is something a little more grounded and real.

  35. natureknowsnotofmercy

    sounds like she just had a few shots of ... novocaine, but this album overall is incredi-fucking-ble!

  36. Bearborne

    this one is my favorite in this album

  37. Ocean Sage

    The riff sounds totally like Electric Wizard's "Witchcult Today," "Satanic Rites of Drugula," or "Wizard in Black." I like all the distortion, but not my favorite from Abyss.

    Queen Of Nowhere

    i love abyss too...but on that song she sounds like she is lispin or something... and i wonder why...

    Ocean Sage

    @Thalamea7 I think she used/uses weird vocal delays, reverb, and other altering effects for an odd tonality. She also screams all crazy and so it's not too hard to believe she could try to sing with a lisp in order to create a more emotional effect or something.

    Calebm90

    @Ocean Sage I would respectfully disagree. Although I can hear the riff from Satanic Rites, to me this came off as one of the strongest tracks on the record (my personal favorite actually). The entire track just seems to lumber along at an excruciating pace and the drum build just seems to hit at the perfect time for me. I saw your comment on Anthony Fantano's channel and checked the K. Phillips track by comparison and although I see the cover aspect of the song, I just feel like she really did it justice with the vocals. The feedback portion during the last half of the track feels really well-controlled and subtle for what it becomes by the end. I have to partially credit that to the influence brought in by Russian Circles, but for me it just really glues everything together. I got to see her when she came to Nashville with Pain is Beauty and I can't wait to see her again in September...really hoping she plays this track at really extreme volume haha. Cheers!

    Jacyw Ataide

    Calebm90

    Daniel Brownson

    Except this is way better, lol.