"Tu Se Morta" as written by Daniel David Craig, Jonathan David Hunt, Justin J Jakimiak and Bryan John Lear....
You are dead
You are dead my dearest
And I breathe
You have left me
You have left me forever more
Never to return and I remain
No, no, if my verses have any power
I will go confidently
To the deepest abysses
And having melted the heart of the king of shadows
I will return with you
To see the stars again
Or if pitiless fate denies me this
I will remain with you
In the company of death
Farewell sky
Farewell sun
Farewell earth


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"Tu Se Morta" as written by Daniel David Craig Bryan John Lear

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    General CommentThose are wrong, after he says " You have left me. " he says " You have left me, forever more. "
    Green-Hellon June 09, 2003   Link
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    General Commentamazing.
    blutcoupdegraceon June 17, 2004   Link
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    General CommentInteresting fact i learned in class today, this song is actually not written by dead to fall, it was written by an italian composer named Claudio Monteverdi in 1607, based on the greek myth of Orpheus who goes to retrieve his dead wife from hades by pursuading pluto with his music, personally i think its pretty bad ass that dead to fall knew this existed and made a song out of it, new interpretations on old things are awesome. so. in case you didnt know, now you do.
    amaefmon February 28, 2005   Link
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    General CommentSong was already made as you pointed out. It was an oratorio or opera. I don't remember. I've got the one by Monteverdi on an Art Music CD somewhere.
    Furious Angelon June 09, 2007   Link

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