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We Are Forever

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We Are Forever

Am I asleep, lost in my slumber?
Or am awake and you're just not here?
Sometimes I weep, waiting for our final number.
The pain that you might take has become my latest fear.
Tears creep in my eyes.
Signs of weakness?
I don't believe a single word of it.
Come to the ball, wearing your favorite dress.
Dazzle them all, under the duress.
Come to the ball, clad in leather.
Dazzle them all, no ink and one feather.
Come to the ball.
A harlot's caress, We Are Forever.
I'd be lying if I told you I was perfect, but the truth is forsaken.
So let's all be direct.
You and I were never mistaken.
What does it matter if realities are correct?
Our love is still shaken, and my posture still remains to be erect.
Pale as the surrounding fog, still as a heartbroken corpse, I mourn for time we've taken.
Tearful wishes, I will cry.
You will leave.
I refuse to believe this.
Come to the ball, wearing your favorite dress.
Dazzle them all, under the duress.
Come to the ball, clad in leather.
Dazzle them all, no ink and one feather.
Come to the ball.
A harlot's caress, We Are Forever.
Whoa-ah-oh. Oh-ah-oh.
Whoa-ah-oh. Oh-ah-oh.
TEARS, THEY BREAK THROUGH!
YOU WERE MY WEAKNESS!
HOW CAN YOU BELIEVE A SINGLE WORD OF THIS?
Come to the ball, wearing your favorite dress.
Dazzle them all, under the duress.
Come to the ball, clad in leather.
Dazzle them all, no ink and one feather.
Come to the ball.
A harlot's caress, We Are Forever.

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