"Remnants of a Lullaby" as written by Paul O'neill and John Oliva....
You were the dream that survived
Lost in the darkness of eternity
You were the hope kept alive
Embraced by tomorrows that we all could never quite see

You had a beauty denied
You were the moment

But here in this night
Where your dream carries on
Never quite there but it's never quite gone
You are the star that is wished upon
Forever

You were the one that believed
Long past when belief was a memory
The child time would never concede
Faith and tomorrow and all of the things that might be

You had a beauty denied
A glittering moment
But here in this night
Where your dream carries on
Never quite there but it's never quite gone
You are the star that is wished upon
Forever

[Then in a sudden, unexpected, visceral voice, she raged against all those citizens of apathy and willful ignorance who lived behind the sacrifices of others.]

We thought evil dead
Killed by our own sword
But evil is patient
'Til the future grows bored

Do you believe in night
Does it hold you close
When you're at your last card
Pray hard, Father, Son


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"Remnants of a Lullaby" as written by John N. Oliva John Oliva

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