"Eversleeping" as written by and Gerit Lamm Marco Heubaum....
Once I traveled seven seas to find my love
And once I sang seven hundred songs
Well, maybe I still have to walk seven thousand miles
Until I find the one that I belong

I will rest my head side by side
To the one that stays in the night
I will lose my breath in my last words of sorrow

And whatever comes will come soon
Dying, I will pray to the moon
That there once will be a better tomorrow

Once I crossed seven rivers to find my love
And once for seven years I forgot my name
Well, if I have to, I will die seven deaths just to lie
In the arms of my eversleeping aim

I will rest my head side by side
To the one that stays in the night
I will lose my breath in my last words of sorrow

And whatever comes will come soon
Dying I will pray to the moon
That there once will be a better tomorrow

I will rest my head side by side
To the one that stays in the night
I will lose my breath in my last words of sorrow

And whatever comes will come soon
Dying I will pray to the moon
That there once will be a better tomorrow

I dreamt last night that he came to me
He said, "My love, why do you cry?
For now it won't be long any more
Until in my cold grave we will lie
Until in my cold grave we will lie"



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"Eversleeping" as written by Elisabeth Schaphaus Elisabeth Middelhauve

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    General Commentthe house in which they shoot the video for this song is the same house in which Within temptation shoot the video for ''memories''
    originon August 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSelf explanitory really. Looking and having hope that there is someone out there just for you.

    I've only listened to this song once and it's already had an effect on me.
    Jemmarghon July 19, 2009   Link

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