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Fifth of May - feat. Eaven Chan

before i came
they told me your name
until i see you inside the hallway

i can't stop crying
you whisper my name
told me “don't be afraid.
you're my darling”
(told you you're my darling>)

wind was too strong
together we fall onto the golden maple horizon
road was still long
i wrote you a song
and sang it to our secret avalon

listen to the sound of the ticking time
how you raised me up with your lullaby
while i was making maps you drew the lines
you looked a bit tired but you told me you're fine

listen to the haunt of the ticking time
how we aged so much, so quick, so fast
now i don't even know you can read these lines
you looked a bit tired but you told me you're fine

if it is easier to go, it's easier to go
don't ever look into my eyes
if it is easier to go, it's easier to go
don't ever go back to your life
cause' who have been wrong in this
it doesn't even matter
cause' who have been wrong in this
it doesn't really matter

through the crusade
you showed me the way
and fought me through the hallway

you told me your name
on the fifth of may
and honoured each other at the causeway

so there goes the days
and here comes the pain
there's no more sweetheart, sugar or darling
and that's how we fade
but remember the days
at least we didn't fall from the grace

if it is easier to go, it's easier to go
don't ever look into my eyes
if it is easier to go, it's easier to go
don't ever go back to your life
cause' who have been wrong in this
it doesn't even matter
cause' who have been wrong in this
it doesn't really matter

i wish that we can have another chance
so we can fix these all just once again
i wish that i can bring you back to life
for just one second just to kiss your hand

if it is easier to go, it's easier to go
don't ever look into my eyes

if it is easier to go, it's easier to go
don't ever go back to your life
cause' who have been wrong in this
it doesn't even matter
cause' who have been wrong in this
it doesn't really matter