"Black Roses" as written by and Christian Chris Pohl....
I was addicted to her smile
So much temptation in her eyes
I love the way she touched me
Her beauty made me weak
She gave me so much pleasures
She promised everything
I know that she was lying
But I can't resist

I'm searching in the darkness
For my love, she disappeared
She left me without answers
I know she will not return
The night is full of roses
Black roses in my heart
I was to weak to follow her
Now everything falls apart

I was addicted to her smile
So much temptation in her eyes
I love the way she touched me
Her beauty made me weak
She gave me so much pleasures
She promised everything
I know that she was lying
But I can't resist

I'm searching in the darkness
For my love she disappeared
She left me without answers
I know she will not return
The night is full of roses
Black roses in my heart
I was to weak to follow her
Now everything falls apart

I'm to weak to carry on
I leave the world
There's nothing wrong
I have to pay the price for love
Black roses in my heart
I choose the way into the night
I never saw the light
But now it's shining like the stars
I want to close my eyes


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"Black Roses" as written by Christian Chris Pohl

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    General CommentIn the version I have, the subject of the song is female (IE: I was addicted to *her* smile).

    I wonder if there are two versions...
    GothicBladeon April 11, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThere are two versions; this one is sung by Constance.

    I prefer the original, I think it has more emotion.
    phibeson April 17, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThere are actually three versions of this song. Two with male vocals (the original and White light edition), and the one with female vocals.
    Torteon April 07, 2005   Link

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