Lacrymosa Lyrics

Out on your own, cold and alone again
Can this be what you really wanted, baby?

Blame it on me, set your guilt free
Nothing can hold you back now

Now that you're gone, feel like myself again
Grieving the things I can't repair and willing

To let you blame it on me and set your guilt free
I don't want to hold you back now, love

I can't change who I am, not this time
I won't lie to keep you near me
And in this short life there's no time to waste on giving up
My love wasn't enough

And you can blame it on me, just set your guilt free, honey
I don't want to hold you back now, love

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Songwriter(s): Amy Lee, Terry Balsamo
Record Label(s): 2009 Wind up Records L L C
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Meaning to "Lacrymosa" song lyrics (8 meanings)
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Morgain 01/10/11,12:42

Very inspiring... Very intresting good sound and loving the way her music is like me but many must thing that one goth girl to another goth
amy lee no1 fan 08/24/10,15:34

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AisakAzula12 04/02/10,23:46

i wish Malice Mizer would do a cover of this song...Klaha's male voice is PERFECT for a song that goes like this... :)
destiny88 03/22/10,09:22

she is talkin abt puttin herself on the line for the one she loves or lost styh like tht all i knw is tht amy sings from her heart and the songs are so poetic. love this
cool one 02/12/10,16:05

I love all of Evanescence's songs! They are amazing and the best part is that the lyrics aren't obvious, you actually have to look into them. That makes a true artists. KEEP ROCKING EVANESCENCE!!!!!!!
ABC 01/09/10,03:07

The title, violin score, and Latin chorus of 'Lacrymosa (sic) dies illa' come from the 'Lacrimosa' movement of Mozart's 'Requiem.' The Latin translates as 'Day of sadness.'
AisakAzula12 12/03/09,23:26

it's from the english language, just adopted from...italian, i think? Jusut search it in your dictionary. Anyways, i'm 'AisakAzula', i just forgot to put the '12' on it. :))
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