Nemo

  • This is me for forever
    One of the lost ones
    The one without a name
    Without an honest heart as compass

    This is me for forever
    One without a name
    These lines the last endeavor
    To find the missing lifeline

    Oh how I wish
    For soothing rain
    All I wish is to dream again
    My loving heart
    Lost in the dark
    For hope I'd give my everything

    My flower, withered between
    The pages two and three
    The once and forever bloom gone with my sins

    Walk the dark path
    Sleep with angels
    Call the past for help
    Touch me with your love
    And reveal to me my true name

    Oh how I wish
    For soothing rain
    All I wish is to dream again
    My loving heart
    Lost in the dark
    For hope I'd give my everything
    Oh how I wish
    For soothing rain
    All I wish is to dream again
    Once and for all
    And all for once
    Nemo my name forevermore

    Nemo sailing home
    Nemo letting go

    Oh how I wish
    For soothing rain
    All I wish is to dream again
    My loving heart
    Lost in the dark
    For hope I'd give my everything
    Oh how I wish
    For soothing rain
    All I wish is to dream again
    Once and for all
    And all for once
    Nemo my name forevermore

    Name for evermore Writer/s: Tuomas Lauri Johannes Holopainen
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 9

  • Jennie from Ansonia, CtThis is one of my favorite songs to sing along to. Nemo is also the name of the little fish in the Disney Pixar movie Finding Nemo.
  • Amelia from Cedar Park, TxThis is an AMAZING song! I love it so much! :)
  • Tsuki from Esco, CaJust to add in, Nemo is also the name of the the captain of the submarine the Nautilus in Jules Verne's novel, 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea.
  • Margaret from Missoula, MtThis song seems to be asking for redemption - a plea for light and hope and goodness, after having experienced so much corruption and darkness. After searching for a nobler purpose, however, we are told that we are 'Nemo' - as Winston above said, 'nobody' or 'unknown'. It's about the human condition - the quest for a purpose in life.
  • Hailie from Sydney, AustraliaI love Tarja's voice on this track!!!! The video is awsome how it opens with the piano n them in the middle of no-where. Its hot!!!! lol!!!! Steller Vid...
  • Teresa from New York City, Nythis song is the best i like the video it reminds me of lithium by evanescence
  • Sylvia from Laredo, TxYeah this song is badass
  • Rachel from Waynesville , Ohthis is such an awesome song ...the vocals are amazing.
  • Ashley from Moncton, CanadaI love this song, especially the piano.
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