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Silver Memory by Hania

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Uploaded on Nov 17, 2007

LYRICS:

Once upon a time is the start
On a planet hidden, deep in the stars
There's a young boy waiting - transending parts of silver memories.

Ships arrived with the army of doom
All he hears is screaming; that will end pretty soon
Now he waits for something, hope in his heart
And silver memories...

He remembers his friends and his family
How they laughed as they played
He remembers his dreams, then reality -
As he sits, and he waits...

Once upon a time is the start,
There's no happy ending to this final part
Can you hear that pain beating in his heart
Can you see his silver, falling apart
Can you see his silver - - - falling apart - - -
His silver memory...

EXPLINATION:

:( This song is about a boy who lost his family in the war that effected his home. In my mind, he was hidden by his mother so to avoid contact with the enemy. He sits in darkness, holding onto the silver photo frame of his family that his mum gave him just before she shoved him into the hiding place and just before he heard her brutally murdered.

This silver frame is the 'silver memory' that I speak of in the song.
When the climax hits, he is determined to not hide forever and runs out into the street in search of the bastards that killed his family, his entire race.

He runs into the enemy and freezes. They (in slow motion) point their guns at the boy, and shoot. The bullet flys through the air and hits the boy in the chest - he drops to the ground, arms open in submission to the death that is upon him. The picture drops and breaks - "can you see his silver, falling apart" - He dies. The enemy wins.

I hope this makes everyone think of how the war is effection others...

This was Hanias message...

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