Room Of Angel

Album: Silent Hill 4 (2004)
  • When I was young
    You set me on fire
    You fed me dung
    And shaved my hair

    When I was young
    You squirted glue
    Into my lung
    Painted me dark blue

    When I was young
    You broke my feet
    And then you hung
    Me up to beat

    You told me you'd never come if I tried to call
    If I had died, I would have never felt sad at all


    Now that I'm old
    I remember you
    The tightened hold
    Was all we knew.

    Now that I?m old
    My memories
    Are not so bold
    Less hate more please

    Now that I?m old
    I understand
    You never told
    You had no plan.

    The love you never gave I give to you.
    Though somewhat reticent, I bid you adieu.

Comments: 2

  • Kelly from Cotswolds, UkThis song is from Silent Hill 4, the room. The song is from Walter's perspective (the main villain in the game), who never knew his mother or father because they abandoned him. He got sent to an orphanage where he was sexually abused and learnt more about the Silent Hill cult. During the game we find out that he views apartment 302 as his mum (the apartment where he was abandoned, and where our main protaganist lives now) and is trying to complete the 21 Sacraments so that he can live with his 'mum' (the apartment) forever.
  • Emily from Los Angeles, CaActually, this song is not about a daughter singing to her mother. Relating to the Silent Hill series, and specifically Silent Hill 4: The Room, this song is about Walter Sullivan, a character from the game. Akira Yamaoka composed the music, and the singing was done by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn.
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