Let me play a melody for you
While searching for the light
And a way to live forever
Your flaws make sure you never contemplate
And see the consequence
Of trying to survive

Like the shadows in my head
You will play that ghost again
Do you think salvation waits for you?
As I lay you down to sleep
All your tears are mine to keep

Falling like the fahrenheit
Someone will always lose
You will never see another sunrise
My cyanide in paradise
That someone's always you
I will never see another sundown in your eyes

Let me share a memory with you
Imprisoned in the sound
Let us dream away together
Every single note is bound to send
A flower from this world
To wither away with a smile

Like the shadows in my head
You will play that ghost again
Do you think salvation waits for you?
As I lay you down to sleep
All your tears are mine to keep

Falling like the fahrenheit
Someone will always lose
You will never see another sunrise
My cyanide in paradise
That someone's always you
I will never see another sundown in your eyes

Give me a sign
To take what is righteously mine

Give me the secrets that you keep
I'll save them for no one else to see

Falling like the fahrenheit
Someone will always lose
You will never see another sunrise
My cyanide in paradise
That someone's always you
I will never see another sundown in your eyes


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Falling Like the Fahrenheit song meanings
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    General CommentI believe that this is from Robert's point of view. He kills Aurora and sees his lifework completed. That's why he gets slightly melancholy within the verses.
    After "To take what is righteously mine" you can hear "Silverthorn"'s chorus melody played on the cello. I interpret it as Robert playing the melody ("Let me play a melody for you") with his Silverthorn, which kills Aurora.
    TDGRoachon December 08, 2012   Link
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    General CommentCan definitely picture Robert stabbing his "sister-in-law" with a cello bow, then playing her a dirge with it. Aurora does seem like the right candidate for this song, but the fact that her singer is the same as Jolee doesn't make it any easier... it could be their mother, just as much.
    Artex310on December 18, 2012   Link

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