I Wonder If You Always Tell The Truth

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The Labyrinth Of History

In the labyrinth of history
Erased from the pages of Forever
Entangled in mystery
A time we once stood
I remember
Took my hand and pressed
Against your chest
The racing pulse in our breast
As our lips caressed
One more recollection
I'll re-live in regret
Why is it easier to remember
What we want to forget?
Was I made for these times?
Is my place really here?
I've never known love
To exist
Without fear