UTTERSON:
In each of us there are two natures. If this is primitive duality of man – good and evil – could be housed in separate identities, life would be relieved of all that is unbearable. It is the curse of mankind that these polar twins should be constantly struggling.

JEKYLL:
Lost in the darkness,
Silence surrounds you.
Once there was morning,
Now endless night.

If I could reach you,
I'd guide you and teach you
To walk from the darkness
Back into the light.

Deep in your silence,
Please try to hear me;
I'll keep you near me
Till night passes by.

I will find the answer.
I'll never desert you
I promise you this
Till the day that I die...



Lyrics submitted by WingstoHope

Prologue/Lost in the Darkness song meanings
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