Come down, slowly
I'm waiting by your side
Come down, carefully
I'm waiting by your side

I'll grab you when you fall
Down to the waking hours
Silents sweeps as golden corn
Down to the waking hours

How I wish that I could
Break into your dreams
Do I have the force I need
To break into your dreams

I hold you in my arms
Dimmed by scarlet morning red
I whisper in your ear
"Do you dream of me?"

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Do You Dream Of Me? song meanings
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    General CommentIn my interpretation,the lyrics are from a knight carrying the corpse of his lady. The melody has a very medieval feeling to it,like a western castle in heavy snow. The knight promised to protect his lady with all his heart but he ultimately failed. Now he whispers to her cold body if she's forgiven/still dreaming about him in the next world.
    Rotenon August 24, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's haunting. Kind of in a stalker-esque sort of way. Just the word "force". But other than that, it's not a side I can't relate to.
    CÆTon March 07, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's got an other worldly sound to it. It's much more than just a song about lust. It goes deeper than that but I can't be arsed to explain
    Lateralus518on November 03, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI honestly can't pin it down. Lateralus, if you read this, could you possibly go into depth about it?
    Sinrothon June 22, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song sounds like a Dali painting (weird connexion, I know, but it's the exact atmosphere I go to when I hear it). It's delirious. The perfect rhythm and the cold metallic sound tug at something in your unconscious. It tastes a bit like that feeling you get when you're not 100% asleep but still you start dreaming.

    Genius song.
    CynicalTruthon May 31, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThis song makes me cum everytime. So orgasmic music.
    mann101891on August 06, 2014   Link

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