Forever and for Eternity

Maybe it was a star that gave me you,

A supernova,

It may be that that's all that I got from you.

But I know that paper aeroplanes,

In hurricanes

Will fly,

Like butterflies.

Maybe it was your voice that called to me,

It may be that you were always there beside me,

And I know it's your voice that I hear,

In my ear,

Calling me

From dreams.

My evergreen rose,

That blooms forever and eternally,

Do not be afraid,

To wilt and wither away.

Maybe it was a question that governed us,

It may be that the answer was never going to be enough,

But I know in that white world,

I could only think of you,

And I still do,

Are you calling me to you

From where you idly sleep?

My evergreen rose,

That blooms forever and eternally,

Do not be afraid,

To wilt and wither away.

And you are so smooth,

But frayed at the edges,

And burn forever and eternally,

Evergreen no more.

But now this supernova's dying,

((I am crying))

Can you hear me from where you're lying?

((Tears you're crying))

Where dreamers idly come,

Where dreamers idly sleep,

Where dreamers idly die,

Where dreamers idly breathe.

My evergreen rose,

That blooms forever and eternally,

Do not be afraid to

Wilt and wither away.

And you are so smooth,

But frayed at the edges,

And burn forever and eternally,

Evergreen no more.

And my evergreen heart,

Will love you forever and for eternity,

It will not die,

In the land that we have freed.

And my evergreen dream,

Will hold you in its arms and comfort,

Forever and eternally

You'll see.

My evergreen rose,

That blooms forever and eternally,

Do not be afraid,

Evergreen no more.