Forever in your arms, you said, forever in my heart
My love for you will make us both climb higher
Driven by the power that is burning in our hearts
You know my faith in you will keep us together

Forever in your arms you said, forever in my heart
My love for you will make us both climb higher
I sense your presence in this room, I feel that you are near
You hold me close and whisper, "Love is forever"

Love is forever...

Love never dies...

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Love Never Dies, Pt. 1 song meanings
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    General Commenta friend once desribed this song's lyrics, paired with the song's apocalyptic music, as telling a story of two peope in love holding onto one another as the world around them is destroyed
    deepredon July 05, 2002   Link
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    General Comment2 people
    one of them is dead
    the other still senses her presence as the songs says
    and the love never dies.
    Sorcyresson June 12, 2003   Link
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    General CommentHate to burst some bubbles in here but the song is just an old fashioned love song. No death, no destruction... just a plain old love song.

    Remember reading some interview somewhere a long long time ago where Groth explained that Carmina Burana was so often associated with negative stuff (death and destruction maybe???) and he just wanted to show how it could instead be used to demonstrate positivity and hope and thus a love song was born.
    kettleyon September 19, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI once read an interview with Stephan Groth where he said that LND p1 and 2 were written as his own alternate themes to the movie "Bram Stoker's Dracula", hence the use of the movies tagline in the title.
    I've heard part 3 has a much sadder story...
    Nexus7on November 21, 2004   Link
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    General CommentNexus7 - the part about "Dracula" is even written in the liner notes of the "Seven" album.
    interface2xon February 09, 2005   Link

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