"I'll Remember You" as written by and Halapi/zelmani....
It's daybreak
And you are asleep
I can hear you breathe now
Your breath is deep

But before I go
I look at you one last time
I can hear a heartbeat
Is it yours or is it mine?

I look at your lips
I know how soft they can be
Did they know what they wanted
The times they kissed me?

And your hands
That I held in mine
Now they're reposing on the pillow
Will they ever miss me sometime?

I'll remember you
You will be there in my heart
I'll remember you
And that is all that I can do

But I'll remember
Your eyes
That always make me shiver
Now they are closed

They just sometimes twitch a little
And your body
I could hold for an hour
It sent me to Heaven

With its heat and power
I'll remember you
You will be there in my heart
I'll remember you

And that is all that I can do
But I'll remember


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    General CommentFor me this is a song about letting go of someone you don't want to let go - knowing that leaving is the right thing to do, but at the same time realising just how much you care for that person and how incredibly hard it is to walk away. And about the sheer pain of the moment - still basking in the nearness of the other one ("I can hear a heart beat, is it yours or is it mine?") while at the same time asking yourself dreaded questions about what will follow ("will he miss me?").
    And what makes it almost unbearable: realising that you won't be able to forget anything, all those things that made you shiver: his lips, his hands, his eyes, his whole being will always be on your mind.

    I remember.
    aBetterShapeon April 04, 2005   Link

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