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    #1

    Present and Future


    It's the coldest night
    When I will wake you
    If you follow me I'll take you
    To the weird obsessions
    In my soul
    It's the coldest night
    When I will let you
    Look inside my hell - so that you
    Feel the pain that noone
    Can console
    Does the artist want to say:

    It will be the coldest night when I will wake you
    or
    This is the coldest night (not bound with the next, lets say, sentence at all)
    When I will wake you

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    Re: Present and Future

    It's a bit messy, but I would assume that it means I will wake you on the coldest night/when it's the coldest night.

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