It's possible that even we were younger
Our pockets full and never knowing hunger
Charmed like sleepwalkers on a precipice
Dreaming as one inside our chrysalis

Out the summer windows, in through winter doors
Ever falls the twilight on our jagged shores

Where once was land of rare and rolling mountains
The sea came in through all our golden fountains
The truth is as sudden as a hailstorm
And guides weary sailors to the maelstrom


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Ever Falls The Twilight song meanings
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    General CommentThis is such a great song.
    ThePlaygroundMiracleon October 14, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti second that, brilliant band :D
    magglesworthon April 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think about a doomed relationship, they both were kinda stuck in the same daydream as it were, but were rudely awakened by reality, which tends to sweep in suddenly and kick your ass out of nowhere. still you find yourself reflecting on a time when things weren't so horrible, even if it was a time of illusion...aww. :p

    there's an awesome live acoustic version floating around the abyss of the internet worth checking out, really gives the song an entirely different feel.
    delialon November 29, 2007   Link

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