"After The Flame (Vocals by Roberta Harrison)" as written by and Andre/harrison Tanneberger....
How many days since we've spoken
How many times have you tried
To mount the pieces of my broke-broken heart

Don't tell me everything's over
Don't take the sun from my eye
It's much too late to be alone

When our love grows old
And the flower gets cold
I will scream out, Should I leave
'Til there is no room to die

When the colors fade, on the what we've made
I will keep on trying, long after the flame is dying

Too late, too long to mention
Too wide to keep it inside
This revelation of my wound-wounded self
You are the wind of adventure
You are the sun in my eye
You are the one who keeps me whole

When our love grows old
And the flower gets cold
I will scream out, Should I leave
'Til there is no room to die

When the colors fade, on the what we've made
I will keep on trying, long after the flame is dying

When our love grows old
And the flower gets cold
When our love grows old
And the flower gets cold

(When our love grows old)
How many days since we've spoken
How many times have you tried
(And the flower gets cold)
To mount the pieces of my broke-broken heart
(When our love grows old)
Don't tell me everything's over
Don't take the sun from my eye
(And the flower gets cold)
It's much too late to be alone


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"After the Flame" as written by Ken Harrison Andre Tanneberger

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    General CommentI think this song is primarily about focusing on life in chapters, letting yourself grow for breathing room. Roberta makes it sound like shes fighting against nature to really hold onto her 'love' that has 'grown old'. such a great song, the highest peak for me is at 2:30 the bridge and the rest of the song is amazing, lyrics as well.
    stereofidelicon January 04, 2010   Link

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