When a life falls into dust
and the paradise is lost
There is something to remind us in our head
There is something to remember, helping us to understand
And the price we have to pay for a life we fade away
These are the words I hear somebody say

[CHORUS] Is there anybody else?
Can find the end of days
Is there anybody else?
(x2)
The end of all days (x2)

On some ordinary day
in the end of 1963
While a distant tune of spring lies in the air,
we are waiting for the fall of lives and years
And the price we have to pay for a life we fade away
These are the words I hear somebody say
[CHORUS]

Martha's Vineyard near the bay
Here we found another trace
Nothing’s planned but just a curse
or a spell on Mother Earth
This line is defeated before we release it
When we see the command forces die
and the echo of the laughter
is not so far away to ignore the cries

On this ordinary day, JFK has gone
And witnessed by a hundred million eyes
who saw him fall, asking why
his mantra was a paragram of KEN I DIE
And the price we have to pay for a life fading away
[CHORUS]

We are the reason for
We are the fallen children
The end of all days
(x2)


Lyrics submitted by Idan, edited by Octavarium64

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