In darkest remembrance of your mind.
I find my dreams straying towards inevitable sorrow.
Will I ever be free of you?
What foolish frailty binds my heart?
To see the sun shine through your sky.
Small beautiful worlds vast and glorious. Yet what lies beneath captured my own.
You linger here haunting my heart.
This retched thing no longer carries the life you breathed.
It went with you.
Gazing at the light dancing through your teachings.
I could feel it then, the warmth of your vibrant vita.
Tempted to touch the soul within. How could I resist?
What madness would suffer the loss of true joy? Of breathing? I died that day.
I remain there in that room.
Were warm summer is everlasting.
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Davy Jones [Lyrics]