you’re still in my blood spread all over inside me
it takes more than a knife to cut you out
you tear me apart and put me together
you will be there now and forever
like an itch that i can’t scratch
like a bit than i can’t fetch

was it real was it you or just a movie i once saw
sometimes the moon shines brighter than the sun
but i’m trying hard to get my memories done

you were like the falling light i had to cover my eyes
’cause you shone so bright i can’t keep the sun
from drowning tonight all by myself
i can’t win this fight all by myself
you’re like an itch than i can’t scratch
like a bit that i can’t fetch

was it real was it you or just a movie i once saw
sometimes the moon shines brighter than the sun
but i’m trying hard to get my memories done

was it real was it you or just a movie i once saw
sometimes the moon shines brighter than the sun
but i’m trying hard to get my memories done

your tears were like the falling rain everyone a sea of pain
i know you care so baby i dare
you breathe out she’s breathing in
time is the killer who’ll finally win
you’re like an itch than i can’t scratch
like a bit that i can’t fetch

was it real was it you or just a movie i once saw
sometimes the moon shines brighter than the sun
but i’m trying hard to get my memories done

was it real was it you or just a movie i once saw
sometimes the moon shines brighter than the sun
but i’m trying hard to get my memories done
but i’m trying hard to get my memories done
but i’m trying hard to get my memories done
but i’m trying hard to get my memories done
but i’m trying hard to get my memories done
but i’m trying hard to get my memories

there’ll be a black spot in my memory
once been hidden very carefully
but one day it might break through
and i will fall again for you
so could this be my faith forever
to always love but reach you never


Lyrics submitted by Idan

Memory Massacre song meanings
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