Oh My Miserable Love!
you told me not to fear
you told me to hang the hands of the mid-dying girl
you told me to put the flowers of death aside
you the young dear guy!
what about the corpse
lied down the street
in shamed blood
beneath the darkness of our sky
what about you should I do?
Oh my miserable love!
by the march of soldiers
cause you abandoned the kisses always sent to me
My dear death beauty!
what about our left glances
face to face
lips on lips
and feeling we're live
what about you
my death beautiful love...
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