I remember in the gardens of my youth
We kissed the flowers to make them bloom
We tell the time by the size of the moon
In the gardens, the gardens of my youth
And in the past I walked alone at night
Sky full of fireflies to light my path
Now it's brave I didn't mind the dark
When I walked, I walked alone at night

Then the lantern make our faces hard
Like the king with a face of glass
They stained? our voices till the moment is passed
Since we learned to make our faces hard
Now I stand here alone and cold
The roaming roads never led to her
I stand alone in the bones of our homes
Stand alone, I stand alone and cold

The dream is dying

I remember in the gardens of my youth
I kissed the flowers to make them bloom
We told the time by the size of the moon
In the gardens, the gardens of my youth


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