I remember mornings
I remember stars
I remember sunlight and moonlight and twilight and sky
I remember all these things, but why

This is no place for memories
This is no place for tears
These long-forgotten memories
Must become forgotten years

Here no one has a past
Forget your memories fast
They'll haunt us if we let them last
But why do I remember mornings
And so in mourning still am I

This is no place for pity
They're mad, this is the cost
Yet every girl reminds me
Of the child, the child I've lost

I look the other way
Endure another day
Embrace the part that I must play
But why do I remember mornings
In mourning still am I

And so I'll leave them as I found them
My soul has turned to stone
But these cages that surround them
Just as well may be my own

Was I always gray?
Was I always cold?
When did I become so old?
Was I ever kind?
Did I ever love? (X2)
Did I ever live?

But I remember laughter
And joy before she fell
This life that followed after
Is no life; I live in hell

God save me from my past
Let darkness follow fast
I've let her go I've said my last goodbye
But I remember mornings
Now I'm in mourning till I die


Lyrics submitted by Executrice

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