"At the Gates of Silent Memory" as written by Carl Mccoy, Tony Pettitt, Peter Yates, Alexander James Wright and Paul Alexander Wright....
Yes, today life that I knew
So sick of all the people
A blind moon

Over to the window
Where the night has become Elizium for the sleepless souls
And our days to come

You stand
Stand with Dalila

Maybe I'll just pass-away
Or may be I'll stay

But I feel alive with you
And I feel some kind of heaven

When I feel deep inside her

And I feel some kind of heaven

Hear me
Give me some kind of heaven


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"At the Gates of Silent Memory" as written by Tony Pettit Carl Mccoy

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    General CommentOne of my favourite songs. With this one, there's an entire part missing...Anyone know why? I'm so curious!


    The added segment is as follows:

    come in from the cold
    I'll owe you my heart
    be my shelter and refuge for the night
    love of my life
    pour your light on the faith
    I can feel
    make it real
    in her sleep

    For some reason, I've noticed this and Nine Inch Nails' "Something I Can Never Have" have missing segments at the end! I want to hear versions with these segments included! In this song's case, the missing part sounds VERY interesting. It would be INCREDIBLE as the end to this already-amazing song.
    Silent_Hitman009on March 12, 2005   Link
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    General Comment@Silent Hitman: The reason why this part is missing is because the song consists actually of four parts distributed on four different tracks. The lyrics you added belong to part four: Paradise regained. "At the gates..." is preceded by "For her light" which develops from the instrumental intro "Dead but dreaming".
    andrelloon January 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAn old fav. Great lyrics. Hauntingly sexy haha
    Italion February 01, 2010   Link
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    General CommentBackground spoken words are from Aleister Crowley's poem "At Sea":
    poemhunter.com/poem/at-sea/
    andrelloon May 12, 2013   Link

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