count stars and wishes fall
now wish the same for me
for you and me
I'd give my life to make us whole
now wish the same for me
for you and me

count stars and wishes fall
now wish the same for me
for you and me
I'd give my life to make us whole
now wish the same for me
for you and me

like night there is no place
where you stop and where I start
it's like you cry my tears
and we share the same smile

like night there is no place
where you stop and where I start, it's like you cry
it's like you cry my tears
and we share the same smile with nobody


count
what now
you
what more you never wish for
you want my suicide
your sacred stars leave sacred scars
you scar me deeper than you could wish for
no
slide down
what more you never did for
you
split time
now
your gold tears they feed the soil
when in times of hunger (I will) forcefeed you
my love

you
what now
what
what more you could ever wish for
no
you
want my suicide
your sacred stars leave sacred scars
you scar me deeper than you could ever wish for
no
pain
split time
one time
your gold tears they feed the soil
when in times of hunger (I will) forcefeed you
my love
you
what now
don't
what more you could ever wish for
no
you
want my suicide
your sacred stars leave sacred scars
you scar me deeper than you could ever wish for
no


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Némelèndèlle song meanings
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    Song MeaningThis could be my favourite Amenra song. It's really deep and powerful and I just love the singing. The song is a lovestory. I see the singer as the man and he sings for his woman. Somehow something came between them, but the woman did something. Even after that the man can't let go and still wants to take care and love her. The man isn't a stalker or fiend, but the woman doesn't want to be with him and this tears the mans soul. The man has faith and prays that everything would be like it once was.

    "Némelèndèlle" is a phonetic transcription of the Western Flanders dialect for "Heaven and Hell" and the longest name for the song has been at one time "Némelèndèlle. Twuhste En Tljihste". I don't know what that means. Maybe someone could translate?
    tablomqviston April 17, 2011   Link

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