Time Stands Still is based on a John Dowland song of the same name originally written in the Renaissance for lute and voice, re-imagined with electric guitar.


Time stands still,
With gazing on her face,
All things change,
Moments turn into years
She remains the same.

Water ice, are you a mirror of the sky?
Buried still, cracks of your feet on the chill,
Cracks of your feet on the chill.

Take my frozen crown,
Where rivers go to drown,
Light upon the ground.
O to let you in,
As if changing were a sin,
Where the frost has been.

Poison white,
Can't hear the voice from the side.
Pulling me up from beneath,
Pulling me up from beneath.


Time stands still...