Give me a reason to believe that you're gone I see your shadow so I know they're all wrong Moonlight on the soft brown earth It leads me to where you lay They took you away from me but now I'm taking you home
[Chorus] I will stay forever here with you My love The softly spoken words you gave me Even in death our love goes on
Some say I'm crazy for my love, oh my love But no bonds can hold me from your side, oh my love They don't know you can't leave me They don't hear you singing to me
And I can't love you, anymore than I do
Writer/s: DAVID HODGES, AMY LEE, BEN MOODY
Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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Villy from Detroit, MiActually, it isn't based on The Crow, it's just about a love strong enough that you'd want to bring them back from the dead. It does, however, use a clip from The Crow movie.
Caitlin from Colmesneil, TxReminds me of the book "Steve and Me" by Terri Irwin. She actually said she still feels close to Steve, even though he's been gone for years. Sad, but romantic.
Samantha from Dover, Nhthis song is one of the saddest ones I have ever heard, with both the strong lyrics and the beautiful tune. it's amazing how powerful it is even to me when I have never lost anyone like this
Sarah from Boston, Mai think this doesnt exactly have to be a coupl it coul also be for family members but evanescence songs are meant to be interpreted by the listener as they like
Michelle from Titusville, FlThis is my favorite Evanescence song, besides My Immortal. It's so beautiful, how somebody can love someone else so much, and death can't even separate them.
Cassandra from Houston, TxMy fave song as well.cant get enuff
Cassandra from Houston, TxI knew exactly what the song meant.it hits home..I listen to it back to back
Stacey from Vic, AustraliaThis is without a doubt my favourite Evanescence song. The lyrics are amazing as well as Amy Lee's vocals
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