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The Leaving Song

by A.F.I.. Buy album CD: Sing The Sorrow

I can remember a place I used to go.
Chrysanthemums of white,
they seemed so beautiful.
I can remember. I searched for amaranth.
I’d shut my eyes to see.
Oh, how I smiled then,
so near the cherished ones.
I knew they would appear…saw not a single one.
Oh, how I smiled then,
waiting so patiently.
I’d make a wish and bleed.
While I waited I was wasting away.
I can remember…dreamt them so vividly,
soft creatures draped in white,
light kisses gracing me.
I can remember when I first realized
dreams were the only place to see them.
While I waited I was wasting away.
Hope was wasting away.
Faith was wasting away.
I was wasting away.
I never, never wanted this.
I always wanted to believe,
but from the start I’d been deceived.
I never, never wanted this.
Inside a crumbling effigy,
so dies all innocence.
But you promised me…

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Album: Sing The Sorrow (2003) Lyrics
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  1. Spoken poem at the end of ...but home is nowhere
  2. This time imperfect [hidden track]
  3. Miseria Cantare (The Beginning)
  4. The Leaving Song Pt. 2
  5. Bleed Black
  6. *Death Of Seasons*
  7. Silver And Cold
  8. Dancing Through Sunday
  9. Girl's Not Grey
  10. Death of season
  11. The Great Disappointment.
  12. Paper Airplanes (Makeshift Wings)
  13. This celluliod dream
  14. The Leaving Song
  15.  ...But Home Is Nowhere
  16. This Celluloid Dream
  17. [Untitled]
  18. This Time Imperfect
  19. Synesthesia
  20. Now The World (alternate Version)


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