Now the end is drawing near
I can't believe it's finally here
Take some time to pray for me
For what will be

Let the sun rise
Let the birds sing
Let there be light
Let there be morning
I don't know how
I made it 'til now
Let there be light
Let there be morning

Hello future, goodbye past
Now each breath can be my last
Will I see another dawn?
Will I be reborn?


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    PURE POETRY, this song got me through my first break-up.

    hab204on August 04, 2006   Link
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    i agree, pure poetry. this song gives me hope things will get better. brilliant song. <3

    noiamnotwhereibelongon October 30, 2009   Link
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    My Interpretation

    It's a song about a loss. The persona has experienced some sort of loss and wonders whether he has the strength to carry on anymore. So, he prays, prays for a reason, for the will, to live.

    shuuuunon April 15, 2011   Link

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