Let me wake up in your arms, you say it's not alright
Let me be so dead and gone, so far away from life
Close my eyes, hold me tight
And bury me deep inside your heart

All I ever wanted was you my love
You're all I ever wanted
You, my love

Let me never see the sun, never see you smile
Let us be so dead and so gone
So far away from life
Just close my eyes, hold me tight
And bury me deep inside your heart


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Bury Me Deep Inside Your Heart Lyrics as written by Ville Hermanni Valo

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    HIM is awesome. This is one of my favorite songs on Razorblade Romance. I love when the instruments drop off and its just him singing "All I ever wanted" he sings with a lot of passion

    fallen_crow05on May 29, 2002   Link
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    Bury Me Deep Inside Your Hears is my favourite song... and it's just...I don't know... divine... his voice is so strong and he really feels with this song... and so do I... more that you can imagine...

    Marilynon July 04, 2002   Link
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    i really would like a boyfriend like ville valo! He knows exatly what love is and is really compassionate with his lyrics. He also has the most beautiful voice. Definatley one of HIMs best songs this one.

    mrsMargeraon July 08, 2002   Link
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    This is wrong TOO

    Should Read

    In 1st verse Let me be so dead and gone

    SallyRagDoll666on July 29, 2002   Link
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    this is one of my favorite HIM songs

    penitenziagiteon October 16, 2002   Link
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    Beautiful

    Rowleyon March 30, 2003   Link
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    I love this song...Ever since i met my girl, I really have to think about our first days we met. resting in eachothers arms, thinking I could die. Cause I shouldn't do this, for certain reasons.(no need for you to know them). Every time I listen to this song it all comes back to me.

    Prince of Darknesson June 25, 2003   Link
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    hey could somebody tell what this song means or at least a little tidbit b/c my ex b/f dedicated this song to me when we were together and i just wanted to know what some other people thought of it

    slimtiny2449on April 14, 2004   Link
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    God damn, HIM are shit.

    quiffpornon May 17, 2004   Link
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    this song is about having someone you love die, written from the view of the person who has died

    InsanityIsBlisson June 04, 2004   Link

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