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[Lyrics by Anders Jacobsson and Erik Arvidsson]

A closing sanctuary in this shimmering night;
so tired, so restless under an ominous light

I found myself in thoughts of dying,
Shivered in bitter dismay
I see you there; and I wonder why
the silence does not break

Away, please turn away.
In my dreams you haunt me still.
Come, please come my way.
In my life I need you still.

The morrow-winds shall blow no more
So many pale moons ago;
A flower of death did grow

A closing sanctuary in this shimmering night;
so tired, so restless under an ominous light

You found yourself in thoughts of dying,
shivering in bitter dismay,
I see you there; and I wonder why
the silence does not break

Away, you turned away.
In my dreams you haunt me still.
Come, please come my way.
In my life I need you still.

To blossom in the deepest of black,
And thus we die to flower again

'I keep your memory near my heart,
My brilliant, beautiful guiding Star,
Till long life over, I too depart
To the infinite night where perhaps you are.'
[Quote is taken from the poem 'Unforgotten' by Lawrence Hope (1865-1904)]

A rapture through the dirty glass,
cutting myself to behold another spring

So I became the exile, unable to (sustain) love,
smiling at Death and unite with my solitude
to finally turn the blooded page

I pray these tears will end soon,
but you just left me lying here
I wasn't ready for the world...
still, I was thrown in there


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The Death Of Hours lyrics

A Rose For The Apocalypse album songs

1. The Drowning Age
2. The Last Hour Of Ancient Sunlight
3. End Of The Rope
4. Elysian Night
5. Deadlight
6. Dead World Assembly
7. A Phantom Dissonance
8. The Quiet Storm
9. The Death Of Hours
10. Wall Of Sighs
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check here the lyrics for The Death Of Hours, the 9th song of the 10 recorded for the album A Rose For The Apocalypse, with a total running time of , by Draconian. It was released on via , and produced by .