"The Fall" as written by Robin Hannibal Moelsted Braun and Mike Milosh....
Make love to me
One more time
Before you go away
Why can't you stay?

Uh, my love
Come home to me
Just for a while
I'll leave this
Why can't you stay?

Don't run away
Don't slip away my dear
Don't run away, don't slip away my dear
Don't run away
The song is gone
The fell into the fall
But I don't want it this way
Why can't you stay
Don't run away, don't slip away my dear
Don't run away, don't slip away my dear
Don't run away
Ohh ohh

That should be worse
That should be worse that exlain away
But I'll talk time and twisted

Don't run away, don't slip away my dear


Lyrics submitted by boomslang20117, edited by Guidonator, xUntamedMullet, teetering, tuesdaymush, qlamp, dunstonchecks

"The Fall" as written by Robin Hannibal Michael Milosh

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    Song MeaningThis song as a person who is in love with someone but that person is leaving, and is trying to convince them to stay.
    The fact that they are leaving cannot be changed. This is shown by the inevitability of "The sun is gone, it fell into the fall
    But I don’t want it this way, why can’t you stay"
    They cannot change the sun as they cannot change their lovers mind.
    Beautiful song
    xUntamedMulleton October 09, 2013   Link
  • 0
    Song MeaningAfter watching the music video, I decided it's about the protagonist having a crisis about his or her marriage. They've been together for a long time now, and they no longer have as much fun together as they used to. He/she feels as if they're drifting apart, much to his/her vexation; Or rather, the protagonist wishes they hadn't grown up so fast, and could relive their days of young-love.

    In the video, the guy remains the same age throughout. His wife seems to switch back and forth between herself and her younger-self (either flashbacks or simply in the guy's mind/fantasy). He misses the fun-loving nature of her younger self. The song represents his plea for her to step back and remember when things weren't always so serious, and bring back a little newly-wed fun to their seasoned marriage.
    dunstoncheckson October 06, 2014   Link

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