Black Ophelia

Black Ophelia

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Rock - Alternative | Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,485   
Member Since: 2005
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Song Description

male vocal led pop reggae exploration of a loved one slowly losing their mind

Story Behind the Song

some might say that watching a loved one slowly lose their mind - lose themselves - is pure torture. Others might say it's the purest

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Lyrics

in abstentia

by Daniel Lauren Goodwin

well i don't feel at all
floatin' high above
there's no answer to the call
your name
your name

the blood and tears now scrape the stone
i'd give my all to bring you home

but you don't understand
so i'll tell you again
you're the one i love
the one i love

in your secreet hiding place
where broken thoughts hesitate
what memories collide
in a battle to survive?

but you don't understand
so i'll tell you again
you're the one i love
the one i love

no no no no no no

tell me what salvation lies
in your dreaming eyes?

but you don't understand
how these strangers are kin
so i tell you again
i'm polding your hand
but you don't understand
so i'll tell you again
you're not alone

but you don't understand

Song Length
4:14
Genres
Pop - Alternative, World - Reggae/Carribean
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Heartbreaking, Troubled

Subject Matter
Life, Sadness


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Daniel Lauren Goodwin
Music Credits Daniel Lauren Goodwin
Producer Credits black ophelia