"She Dies" as written by Johan Ericson, Anders Jacobsson, Andreas Karlsson and Theres Bjoerk....
The cold winds blew into life, my adored.
A bleeding heart we share, now on Azrael?s wings.

I fall like autumn rain?
You are my everything.

This lovelorn kiss of death in lugubrious silence?
Dawn breaks open like a wound? and the dreadful sun

Two souls entwined together,
Still so alone.
Both you and I are shattered
And frozen in stone.

You begged for air from within this cold tomb
With pain sharp as a knife.
I now lie resting like a child on thy womb,
Gave back a part of my life.

For a while it had disappeared, but nothing was changed.
A haze fell forever with her fading life.
I leaned my head back? then drank of opaline.
The emerald goddess came to me? she craved my soul.
And just for a while? I had forgotten.

Yes, it was all forgotten, but nothing was changed.
Suddenly a cold breeze blew across our room?
It felt like I wanted to leave? this world with her.

Come; drink with me the divine nectar of Olympus!
Sit beside me and help defy our adversity and loss?
This adversity and loss. It all ends with you!

I kiss you in your dying breath; sleeping quietly now.
Swept away by heavy eyelids; forever in my dreams?
And you will be safe in my dearest dreams?
My love? forever in my dearest dreams.



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"She Dies" as written by Andreas Karlsson Anders Jacobsson

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    General CommentDearest love, I come for thee, to heaven or hell I sought. Dearest love, can you see me now? How closely I have fallen for you?

    How he is looking for the love of his life, then when he finds her, she dies.

    Beautiful...Simply georgious.
    SaiSaion April 27, 2009   Link

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