"Star-Crossed" as written by Morten Veland and Morten Veland....
A wanderer in time
comes strolling through my mind
It seems she lost her way
It seems she led astray
The sun sets in her eyes
A lunar moon arise
Her life all seems in vain
A mystery...arcane

Summer's on the wane
My life it seems so frail
Descend again to the sombre fields of pain
Winter's on a rise
I've held it's cold inside through all my life
like a star-crossed winter child

A waning silvereye
A starless winter sky
No scent of morning dew
Her tears all frozen through
This wanderer comes my way
All aeons seems as days
A sea so deep and wild
A star-crossed winter child

Dusk creeping upon us
The dawn...ne'are to appear
The nightfall weeps along thus
it's the darkness that we fear
Fall for me lost angel
I'll fall for thee as well
To the world we're only strangers
like a winter's chill in hell...


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"Star-Crossed" as written by Morten Veland

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    General CommentYou must be joking that no one has posted on this wonderful song! At any rate, I may as well be the first to post.
    I do belive that this song is about one who is loved, but lost. They feel that they are becoming overwelmed by darkness and 'the dawn...ne'r to apear.' I think that the one who is expressing this song is feeling a level of sadness and ire towards the one who's life seems in vain. They find that it is a mystery that it is so, perhaps because it is about some one who has a lot of things going for them, but are still miserable and lost. I'm sure we all know someone like that, anyway, it is a vary beautiful song and is one of my personal favorites by Sirenia.
    Dark Dreameron May 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI especially enjoy the part from 4:50 to the end.
    Night Sanctuaryon December 27, 2007   Link

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