Like a vast landscape
My soul lies open
Is it the fear? Is it your voice?
That turned me mute

Cries unheard
For a time to long
Is it the pain? Is it your beauty?
That made me blind

Will you ever desire me ?
Will You ever take me in your arms ?
Will you ever desire me ?
Will you ever feel the same I do ?

Although you're so near to me
You're still so far away
Although I known you for such a long time
I've never met you before

Will you ever desire me ?
Will You ever take me in your arms ?
Will you ever desire me ?
Will you ever feel the same I do ?

Resurrection of mankind
To careen in silent pace.
Feeling lonely.

I am the dream that nobody dreams of,
but will you dream of me?
A dream of eternal desire?
Will you ever dream of me,
Will you live for me?
Will you?
Will you?

Will you ever desire me ?
Will You ever take me in your arms ?
Will you ever desire me ?
Will you ever feel the same I do ?

My lips they'll be sealed
Until I lay down into my grave
Then the time, It has now come
Where I do you no longer crave

And then will you stand by my tomb
Perhaps the only one who will
I wish that you spell out my name
When death has come my soul to tame


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Will You? Lyrics as written by Thomas Rainer Hannes Medwenitsch

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    I think that this song is about a person who is in love with somebody yet wondering if they will return the feelings of love that the person has. I like this song, it reminds me of what I'm going through right now in my life.

    sugarxfallson November 19, 2006   Link
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    To me this song really describes how strong love can be when it strikes you.

    It seems that he has fallen in love with a close friend to him, he has never seen that person this way before, he chooses not to let the object of his affection know about his feelings since he probably is afraid that it would ruin their friendship. He is satisfied just knowing that his friend will be there for him until the end.

    Secubiaon October 12, 2007   Link
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    I love how the piano sounds like it should be in a trip-hop song in the chorus, yet still sounds so strangely beautiful :)

    joca13on July 06, 2009   Link

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