"Lost In Your Memory" as written by and Richard Lansdowne West....
Do you wander through the darkness
unaware of what you'll find?
Still you know to keep on going anyway
In the strength of all the roots that grow with time

Do you suffer through the sunlight,
longing for a drop of rain?
Still you know to keep on going anyway
In the knowledge that your time will come again
Before your journey's end

Hold on, keep yourself together
There are better sights to see
Hold on, this will all become a faded photograph
Lost in your memory

Was the frost too cold for comfort?
Was the pruning too severe?
Would the dead wood keep on growing or make a way
For the length of all the shoots that must appear
To help you out of here

Hold on, keep yourself together
There are better sights to see
Hold on, this will all become a faded photograph
Lost in your memory

Just one more moment and all this will be gone
And what was stolen will be returned

Every day is a testament to all the things you've done
And all you've overcome

Hold on, keep yourself together
There are better sights to see
Hold on, this will all become a faded photograph
Lost in your memory


Lyrics submitted by Octavarium64

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    My InterpretationPretty self explaining. I feel it's about when going through hard and bad times, no matter how down you feel you'll have to remember that things will get better. The bad times will become faded photographs lost in your memory given time. Good song! :)
    Allfadiron September 27, 2014   Link

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