This song is by The September When and appears on the album The September When (1989)
Television commercials for the home versions included a brief plug for the album at the end. The album featured a techno song for each of the 7 playable characters, as well as Goro, along with two additional tracks.
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Mortal (Dub Version). WMG" и другие авторские общества (3).
All my life I have been waiting for this moment to arrive I am speeding up the tempo inside (fly high) I doubt that the circles that I'm moving in are something I could ever get out of alive (I love to say that) I can feel that it starts burning I got my fingers between like a shock the torture gets.
September When – Mortal lyrics. Write my explanationnew. September When – Mortal lyrics. All my life I have been waiting For this moment to arrive I am speeding up the tempo inside (fly high) I doubt that the circles that I'm Moving in are something I could Ever get out of alive (I love to say that) I can feel that it starts burning I got my fingers between Like a shock the torture Gets
Album The September When. This Is Our Time Lyrics. 9 o'clock in the evening The end of a wonderful day She lay down on the floor With her feet spread out We've been up by the stream We have seen the movin' tide Cruisin' down the road Like the whole world was on our side It's open and wide This is our time There's no talk about love. yet Though somehow I know it will come It's so easy to get in to But if you wanna keep it You have to be strong We will find the right star To show us our place on earth Even if it sounds a bit.
|B1||Mortal (Edit Version)||3:55|
|B2||Mortal (Dub Version)||4:15|
NotesMade in Germany by WEA Musik GMBH
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 2292-46751-0
- Label Code: LC 4281
- Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
|2292-46751-0||The September When||Mortal (12")||Warner Music Norway||2292-46751-0||Norway||1989|
|2292-46752-7||The September When||Mortal (7")||WEA||2292-46752-7||Germany||1989|