"In Your Dreams" as written by and Steven Graham Ansell....
Kiss your face
Turn your cheek
Lay your head down
Lay your head down

Lay your head down
Lay your head down

Don't say nothing, no
I can see when you're lying oh
When you're alone, you're so alone
When you're alone, you're so alone

We all have dreams we forget
We all have dreams we forget
When you're alone, you're so alone
When you're alone, you're so alone

Now you want to go where no one is lonely
And rose water drips from my mouth like honey oh oh oh


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"In Your Dreams" as written by Kristen Marie Invie

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    General CommentThis is a great song... musically upbeat, lyrically not so much, but still a great addition to any playlist.
    grenon February 14, 2014   Link
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    My InterpretationI think this song is about suicide.

    "Kiss your face
    Turn your cheek
    Lay your head down"
    This is something that we do to a deceased family member or friend in his coffin at the church.

    "Don't say nothing, no
    I can see when you're lying oh"
    When you ask someone if they want to end up their life and they reply no, but you know they're lying.

    "We all have dreams we forget"
    You forget about the dreams that used to keep you alive.

    "Now you want to go where no one is lonely"
    In death no one is lonely because no one feels anything.

    "And rose water drips from my mouth like honey oh oh oh"
    This is the part that I'm really unsure of. But I think the water drips would be blood. So it would means if the person they're talking about in the song kills themselves, the author will too.
    mouettemouetteon April 18, 2017   Link

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