When life was the greatest thing
When each of our thoughts entwined inside
Nobody could break our spell
Locked as we were in ourselves

But slowly the day would come
Our bodies grew up and our minds grew numb
And youthful distractions die
Cut by a cynical eye

But mirrors are everywhere
In windows we stop and see ourselves
You think that when one man bleeds
We'd see our own blood
We'd feel our own pain and...

So I'll meet you here
In the Valley of death
What will I see
When I reach the end?

Will I see myself
In another life?
Will I wish I had loved you
When we were alive?

So we'll carry our history
All the memories of those who have left our plane
And yet will we still remain
Scared of ourselves
Frightened of other men?

We lost our nerve
All our reflexes fade
We should've tried harder
To pull each other in
To look beyond the end

Forget about the fights
Forget about who's wrong
Forget about who's right
Forget about the rain

Scared of ourselves
Frightened of other men

So I'll meet you here
In the Valley of death
What will I see
When I reach the end?

Will I see myself
In another life?
Will I wish I had loved you?


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