Let me sink into you, fall on your eyes
Let me sleep on your heart, never wake up.
Come back, fix what you broke
What I broke. In your name
Let me be yours, just for one day
Let me forget the summer we never spent, the chilling cold that swept inside.
The window was open, the air was leaking inside. It was cold
I woke up and looked around, my bed was empty. Where had you gone?
I cried in horror, where had you gone? Don't leave me, not now
I got on my feet quickly as i ran to the door.
A thousand faces laughing at me. There goes the broken one, following shadows.
You were never there.
I opened the door, an empty room. And I shouted your name at the top of my lungs. You were gone, you were gone, were you even there?
And I repeated to myself each moment of each day.
The summer we spent together, under that great oak. You and I, together. We saw the sun set as we held each otherwhere did the oak go? An empty room, concrete walls. Cold.
I can't recall what we did, but I can't forget what we didn't. Where were you?
Was the bed always empty?
Did I even wake up?
I can't remember anything, only you. only you, anymore. The sun reminded me of you but not anymore, for you became the sun. You are the sun, the stars, the moon, the rain, the sunset, the dusk, the feeble sound of a morningbird
you are the world
you are my world
you are my heart and my brain, take me whole. Pick up the pieces, build me again.
Close to your heart to keep me warm
The city. Bright lights, soft unnervingly beautiful sounds
Everyone was leaving, and I was still with you
Everyone was running, yet you and I walked. Took our time. Together
Where did the city go? What happened to the people there?
Swallowed whole? Built out of mold? Shattered dreams morphing into concrete, flesh and bone?
Each day the same things. Each morning, same routine
What was yesterday? What is today?
I can't forget, I can't forget what never happened
I stole memories from all around the world just for you
Stored them in a glass case, stamped my name into them
Kept remembering the morning, the sun. summer, oh so long gone.
Winter, chilled us cold. Harsh nights, dead stars.
i must forget, but I don't dare do so
I want to let go, but then you'd leave
Where were you that cold night?
And where were the stars?
Where was I?...
Let me forget
the city is gone, the light has stopped. The tree was burned, long ago.
Just let go