"Stay Forever" as written by and David M Martijn/wessels Westerholt....
Silence in the living room
Hours feel like days
Silence when I speak to you
Your thoughts seem miles away
Crying for real
Yes your worth the prize
Because when my mind gets clouded
I forget about our fights

Stay forever, it's never again
Our words have been spoken,
It will come to an end
Stay forever, it's never again
Our words have been spoken,
It will come to an end

I'll affiche your energy
Running through my veins
Chemical the love I feel
For faces without name
Crying for real
Yes your worth the prize
Because when my mind gets clouded
I forget about our fights

Stay forever, it's never again
Our words have been spoken,
It will come to an end
Stay forever, it's never again
Our words have been spoken,
It will come to an end

This empty house is not a home
Find the will to stand alone
Without your armour
Flesh and blood have turn to stone
Find the will to stand alone
To late to turn away

Stay forever, it's never again
Our words have been spoken,
It will come to an end
Stay forever, it's never again
Our words have been spoken,
It will come to an end


Lyrics submitted by HystericRomance

"Stay Forever" as written by Johanna Charlotte Wessels David M Martijn Westerholt

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    General CommentThis song seems to be about a relationship where the couple have drifted apart and their hopes to "stay forever" have been destroyed.

    Just thought I'd mention this, but it seems like the little string pattern (especially after the guitar solo) is based on the strings in After Forever's "De-Energized". Or maybe it's just me, lol.

    I'm not too sure what these lines mean:
    "My euphoria, oh yes, you're worth the price
    Because when my mind gets clouded I forget about our fights"
    HystericRomanceon March 30, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationLovely song! My take on this song is that a couple is fighting and the only way to deal with pain is through some strong drug that takes them away from the reality of it all. Seems to me they have given up trying to work out the difference and problems in their relationship and just get drugged together.

    These lines support the drug part:
    "My euphoria, oh yes, you're worth the price
    because when my mind gets clouded I forget about our fights"
    Reishutoon May 23, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI thought about drugs also, but without the couple fight part.

    I see a person who is alone "Silence in my living room..."
    But when he/she takes the drugs, starts to feel good. Maybe an hallucinogenic drug that makes him/her feels better, with a couple or a friend, but he/she know that it will come to an end.
    On the second verse the drug part takes more intensity, especially with the part of "faces without names", that could be the persons who are with him/her.

    And finally, he/she is without drugs again, and feels alone.
    "Flesh and blood have turned to stone" -> the faces without names are gone.
    "Too late to turn away" -> finally, he/she needs the drugs to be fine.

    That what I thought about this song...

    Well, one intesesting thing in Delain are the lyrics. They're not obvious :) and that's great!
    jureleitoron August 06, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe best one in my opinion.
    stariuson November 14, 2009   Link

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