Strange Or Be Forgotten

  • I was looking at the sky
    It's nothing worth you see
    Suddenly appear through the silver limousine
    Floating in the air
    Guarding into dream
    Shadow leave you cracks, growing into me

    Is there a part before leave for, call of the night time
    When did the sun is slow dream on, form of the night time

    I don't know what to take now
    I will envy the awkward feeling
    That's being in the dead night
    Will I ever be something more than

    Strange, strange or be forgotten
    A state from a past infection
    A friend sitting in the illusion and
    Be strange, strange or be forgotten

    I am living in the past
    Future came to me
    Caught up in the time listen and then read
    Coming to the form
    Waiting till you feel
    Caught up in the time in a different century

    Empyrean, you were lying from the first time
    Never you smile, we were lying for the last time

    I don't know what to take now
    I will envy the awkward feeling
    That's being in the dead night
    Will I ever be something more than

    Strange, strange or be forgotten
    A state from a past infection
    A friend sitting in the illusion and
    Be strange, strange or be forgotten Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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