LYRICS

Rhyme for my Gone Beloved

(Music and lyrics: Jesús Díez García)

The fleeting beauty of the days gone by

The longing thrill of a child soul, dreamer eyes

The chances I found all along the way,

The doors are now closed, forevermore

Only a path leads to eternal bliss...

Fading, fading, fading, fading...

Too frail for the fate I have pursued

Running back and foward and so forth

As always the mirror reflects infinite things

As infinite are the paths to long for

Now is just one what I get to see

Missing everything I couldn´t find

Once I hold the key, and once again

It´s gone

For the cold white snowflakes

Falling through the winter yearnings

Autumn hopes dancing as fading

everywhere I run

(I´ll) keep the promise never done to you

For the night we never had I cry

A thousand poems I didn´t write

For you, my one, my lorn

Swimming in an ocean of stars... foward, back and so forth

And hanging like the tear you never drop

From the sky of my dreams to the pain of the memories

(never born)

The perpetual storm surrounding everything

Raging the waves and waving the sea

Thunderstorm of peace, sweetest peace

Undone

Autumn hopes dancing as fading...

Fading, fading, fading, fading...

For the cold white snowflakes

Falling through the winter yearnings

Autumn hopes dancing as fading

everywhere I run

(I´ll) keep the promise never done to you

For the night we never had I cry

A thousand poems I didn´t write

For you, my one, my lorn

Did never find the will to rhyme the silence and the rose

And have beauty covering all the way back to you, my gone beloved...

Time has passed through dark veils and shining paths

Since these pains weren´t back to sadden me

Fall from many graces, the lament of my broken illusions,

Whising upon a star... let me give you the last line...

Music... save me...

Grant the twilight a sigh of despair

A forgotten smile and drop a tear

For once we had the chance

To make it real

Cold I feel this winter empty of you

Dreaming the embrace I didn´t find

My last words...

My farewell...

© Jesús Díez García.