Sins of Idealism

After Forever

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album: Track 4 in album Invisible Circles
release date: 2004-3-25
popularity : 18 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock
styles: Gothic Metal/Symphonic Rock
length: 5:23
composer: Floor Jansen, Sander Gommans, Bas Maas, Luuk van Gerven, André Borgman, Lando van Gils
lyricist: Floor Jansen

Album Information

label: Transmission Records
country(area): Netherlands
format: CD
barcode: 8712488994864
script: Latin

Cover Art

After Forever Invisible Circles cover art

Lyrics

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(Child) Hello father, hello mother;
Please don't be mad at me; I will try harder,
(Mother) That's not enough

of a world that's not so cold
Suffer the causes of my personal misery
my freedom, my dreams,

Don't blame me for things I didn't do
please stop your screaming, and love me
Speak of love while you've ruined

to fantasize of a world
And free to be
(Contemplative) Sinner or righteous,
Can you condemn it
Or accuse yourself if the sentence is your life?
(Child) Hello father, hello mother;
I just wanted someone who'd hold me and listen,
(Mother) Only fantasies?
I would still have my beauty,
the independent me
(Contemplative) Our course in life is a path we must take alone
only you, so the sins we commit are the struggles within

knowing that your choice hurt someone
(Father) Once we had a life and now we have you
I'll leave you both if I must give up my dreams
I won't be chained because of this
The sins of all, the sinner in me
If my ideals are sins
Then I shall stay a sinner
(Child) I can be free

the line is so thin
Can you be the one to judge it all

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Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Childhood in Minor
  • 2 Beautiful Emptiness
  • 3 Between Love and Fire
  • 4 Sins of Idealism
  • 5 Eccentric
  • 6 Digital Deceit
  • 7 Through Square Eyes
  • 8 Blind Pain
  • 9 Two Sides
  • 10 Victim of Choices
  • 11 Reflections
  • 12 Life's Vortex