Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Lyrics: Markus Schulz with Klauss Goulart ft. Paul Aiden - Fireworks

Markus Schulz with Klauss Goulart ft. Paul Aiden

Lets runaway together in the night
Nothing could stop the love I feel tonight
I know you like it just give it a try
There's something coming in the air today

So pack your things with me and runaway
I wish your worries in your head would fade
Cause there could be fireworks
If you'd understand
We'll never in a fantasyland

There could be fireworks
If you'd only understand
Your better is a fantasyland

Is a fantasyland
Is a fantasyland

Ninth track from Markus Schulz's fifth album "Scream 2" released February 21, 2014 on Armada Music.

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Scream 2(Arma375):
01. Reloaded
02. Revolution (with Venom One ft. Chris Madin)
03. Blown Away (ft. Liz Primo)
04. Remember This
05. Erase You (ft. Lady Vee)
06. Destino
07. Muse (ft. Adina Butar)
08. Dancing In The Key Of Life
09. Lord Knows (ft. Liz Horsman)
10. Fireworks (with Klauss Goulart ft. Paul Aiden)
11. In The Shadows
12. Make You Fall (ft. CeCe Peniston)
13. Mango
14. Mardi Gras
15. Gravity (ft. Amy Kirkpatrick)
16. Reflection
17. Towards The Sun (with Rex Mundi)

Featuring a wide array of influences and collaborations, 'Scream 2' is as much a throwback to the powerful sound that catapulted Schulz to stardom in the early 00's as it is a challenge to today's top producers. This album is such a tremendous sonic achievement, that it will surely stand the test of time well into the future, reminding people years down the road of what commitment to quality sounds and feels like.

Schulz has teamed up with long-time collaborators and new talents alike, seeking to showcase some of the highest quality vocalists and writers in the scene. The emphasis on songwriting is apparent throughout the album, making sure that these songs are far more than a passing trend, to be forgotten in a few months or even weeks.

Every bit the follow up to the first in the series, 'Scream 2' is the culmination of a gargantuan career, and a clear line in the sand for all aspirational DJs and would-be superstars.