Scarlett O'Hara: "Rhett, if you go, where shall I go? What shall I do?"
Rhett Butler: "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn."

And there is nothing more to make me stay just like I was
I've burnt myself to ashes
And I wake up again, the air is cold and dream is over now
The dream is over now

Let this go (Get me out)
Let this go (Get me out of here)
Seal my scars (You know that I'm)
Still alive

One day we will find out that everything has changed
But it doesn't matter, you won’t remember me
And now I must admit that it was just a game

You told me once, you told me twice
I guess I shouldn’t believe you
I guess I shouldn’t have known you
But now we have to realize there's nothing left to cherish
And there's no turning back

We cry ourselves to sleep and lie ourselves to death
Keep trying to forget what we have done
We separate ourselves from what we used to be
Not to concede mistakes that we have made

I open my eyes, nothing makes any sense
I have no mouth and I must scream

Well you know, I'm fine, I'm fine

If there was place to go where I could fall asleep forever
No matter how far away that I would go I'd never turn back time,
I think that we're just fine where we belong:
Inside each other's dreams, inside each other's dreams
Inside each other's dreams forever, forever inside each other's dreams


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