Wildy the Journeyman (into_the_wild) wrote,
Wildy the Journeyman

莫文蔚 - 爱

莫文蔚 - 爱

Do you still remember the flaming summer of memories
What was scattered in the wind has evaporated
What was clamouring and loud have all silenced

Flowers that never blossomed - unfulfilled worries
We've learned many sayings
To cover up the scars that we don't touch

Because I will think of you, I'm afraid to confront myself
My will is always devoured by my loneliness
Because you always reminded me that what's past will never be gone
There is a kind of true love that will never be mine

If I had never loved you, I wouldn't have lost myself
The sting of longing nails me into this position
Because you always reminded me that even if I obtain the world
A kind of happiness will never be mine

Do you still remember, the flaming summer of memories
That branch of the road that I finally didn't choose
Who has arrived there, in the end?
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