"Lost in the Dream" as written by and Adam Granofsky....
Lost in the dream
Or just the silence of a moment
It’s always hard to tell
Down in the way
They cut it open and they sold it
It’s always hard to tell

I saw a soldier man
And he locked his eyes like they were rings
Ooh but it’s hard they can’t resist
You may risk it all
You’d risk it all for the memory
But it’s living under your skin
Love’s the key to the things that we see
Ain't no mind in chasing
Leave the light on in the yard for me, oh

When we were the same
We stroked our arms and we wore them thin
Ah the sadness it was in
But you don’t miss it man
You got it all like a memory
Now it’s living under your skin

Love’s the key to the games that we play
But don’t mind losing
Love’s the key to the things that you see
But you don’t mind moving
It’s a door in the dark of the way
It’s the key in the dark for the spark
Love’s a game; run away the same
Oh, all the way


Lyrics submitted by monomania, edited by cessss, kyle115266, smallwonderrobot

"Lost in the Dream" as written by Adam Granofsky

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    My InterpretationThe song is about how we are sustained by love and we're willing to risk everything just for the memory of it.

    "I saw a soldier man, I looked in his eyes like they were rings, but his heart it can't resist." Rings are hollow, and if you look into the eyes of a solider (someone who has the heartless task of killing) you may see nothing that indicates he/she is capable of love, however their heart cannot resist the need for it.

    "Love is the key to the games that we play, but don't mind losing." Love is the key to existence. It's what brought us into the world and its promise is what keeps us going, even if we've lost it momentarily.
    mike117111on July 12, 2015   Link

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