I used to feel
I used to sense what were
Inside of me
To feel waves of difference
Waves which brought me to live
I enjoyed this life in me
Breathing and feeling
Burning and suffocating
Didn't curse the hour
Which gave birth to me
Didn't curse another life
When bearing death inside

Now all things I do bear
Are all gone and free
This, myself
Now fleeing around death
Cursing the hour
And another life
Which whom I used to care
Now
Watching myself
My own life
Fading to afar
Listening these voices
And trying to tell them
That I will soon be gone

(For me... what did you really gave... life...)


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Curse Life Lyrics as written by Natalie Koskinen Jarno Salomaa

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    i love this, it's so beautiful.. dunno what it's about though

    Z0MBIEC0REon March 29, 2008   Link
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    It's like someone take living force from another one. When you lost him/her you also lost your meaning of life.

    It's remembered me death of Conan's creator Robert Lee Howard. He shot himself after his mother's death.

    woodsmokeon June 21, 2013   Link
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    Dissociation. Whoever wrote this has come close to suicide, they have been there. The letting go of attachments "Now all things I did bear, are all gone and free". My god. The person who wrote this has major depressive disorder, or a major mood/personality disorder. This is such a perfect song. Whoever wrote this has been hurt, very badly, may never truly recover. But life doesn't always have happy endings.

    varg42on April 18, 2014   Link
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    Dissociation. Whoever wrote this has come close to suicide, they have been there. The letting go of attachments "Now all things I did bear, are all gone and free". My god. The person who wrote this has major depressive disorder, or a major mood/personality disorder. This is such a perfect song. Whoever wrote this has been hurt, very badly, may never truly recover. But life doesn't always have happy endings.

    varg42on April 18, 2014   Link

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