terça-feira, 13 de julho de 2010

Evanescence: Understanding

"You hold the answers deep within your own mind; consciously, you've forgotten them: that's the way the human mind works. Whenever something is too unpleasant or too shameful for us to entertain, we reject it. We erease it from our memory, but the imprint is aways there.
The pain that grips you (the fear that binds you) releases life in me. In our mutual shame, we hide our eyes, to blind them from the truth that finds a way from who we are. Please, don't be afraid when the darkness fades away: the dawn will break the silence screaming in our hearts. My love for you still grows: this I do for you, for I've tried to fight the truth, my final time.
We're supposed to try to be real and when you feel alone, you're not together, and that is real. Can't wash it all away. Can't wish it all away. Can't cry it all away. Can't scratch it all away, lying beside you, listening to you breathe. The life that flows inside of you burns inside of me. Hold and speak to me of love without a sound. Tell me you will live through this and I will die for you. Cast me not away, say you'll be with me... for I know I cannot bear it all alone.
You're not alone, honey, never, never!
Can't fight it all away. Can't hope it all away. Can't scream it all away. It just won't fade away! (...)
Nothing is ever really forgotten.
God, just don't hate me, because I'll die if you do."


Este é o tipo de composições que, apesar da conclusão religiosa e do meu ateísmo, acho muito interessante, ao contrário do que o próprio Ben Moody possa achar. Daria um bom teatro, um bom filme, uma boa carta, sei lá. Acho que está mesmo muito bonito.

1 comentário:

Yin disse...

"Um ridículo hino gótico de 7 minutos."
Acho que foram estas as palavras que ele usou.
Não é das músicas deles que mais ouço, mas é mt bonita! :)