Memories Fade

Album: The Hurting (1983)
  • There's only need
    I love your need
    So much I'm losing me
    I cannot see the reason for the Pain
    With hungry joy
    I'll be your toy
    Just hoping you will play
    Without hope my body starts to fail

    Memories fade but the scars still linger
    Goodbye my friend
    Will I ever love again
    Memories fade but the scars still linger

    I cannot grow
    I cannot move
    I cannot fell my age
    The vice like grip of tension holds me fast
    Engulfed by you
    What can I do
    When History's my cage
    Look foward to a future in the past

    The more I talk
    The more I say
    The less you seem to hear
    I'm speechless in a most peculiar way
    Your mind is weak
    Your need is great
    And nothing is too dear
    For you to use to take the Pain away
    Memories Fade
    No don't pretend you can justify the end
    Memories fade but the scars still linger Writer/s: ROLAND ORZABAL
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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