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A Cure? (Instrumental)
Ancient Grounds (Instrumental)
A Strange Device (Instrumental)
Be Silent, Be Still
Best Safety Lies in Fear
By the Sword
Castle Down
Chambermaid
Cold (Instrumental)
Come Away
Constant
Dead is the New Alive
Delirium
Dominant (Instrumental)
Don't Blame Me
Dry
Epilogue (Instrumental)
Epilogue: What If?
Ever
Face the Wall (Instrumental)
Faces Like Mine
Fight Like a Girl
Find Me a Man
Gaslight
Gaslight Reprise (Instrumental)
Gentlemen Aren't Nice
Geordie
Girls! Girls! Girls!
Gloomy Sunday
God Help Me
Gothic Lolita
Goodnight, Sweet Ladies
Heard it All
Hell is Empty (Instrumental)
Hollow Like My Soul
How Strange
I Don't Understand
I Know Where You Sleep
I Lost My Mind But I Found My Body
I Want My Innocence Back
If I Burn
If You Feel Better
In Reality
In the Lake
Juliet
Lady Anne
Leech Jar (Instrumental)
Let it Die
Let the Record Show
Liar
Mad Girl
Manatee Retard
Manic Depression (Instrumental)
Marry Me
Misery Loves Company
Miss Lucy Had Some Leeches
My Fairweather Friend
Never You Mind
O Mistress Mine
On a Day... (Instrumental)
One Foot in Front of The Other
One Foot in the Grave
Opheliac
Organ Grinder (Instrumental)
Photographic Memory
Prologue (Instrumental)
Prologue: Across the Sky
Rapunzel
Remember
Revelry (Instrumental)
Rose Red
Russian Bride
Save You
Scavenger
Second Hand Faith
Shalott
Start Another Story
Swallow
Syringe (Instrumental)
Take the Pill
Thank God I'm Pretty
The Art of Suicide
The Key
Time for Tea
Unlaced (Instrumental)
We Want Them Young
What Will I Remember?
Willow
Willow (Instrumental)
306
4 o'Clock
4 o'Clock Reprise (Instrumental)


General InformationEdit

"Castle Down" was first released by Autumn on her charity single By the Sword and released later on her first full-length album Enchant. It was part of live performances until the Double Door performance in 2006, when Autumn changed over to promoting her album Opheliac.

ReleasedEdit

Album: By the Sword

  • Track Number: 2
  • Length: 3:52
  • Released: 2001

Album: Enchant

  • Track Number: 10
  • Length: 3:52
  • Released: February 26, 2003

LyricsEdit

You can see that I swim
Through the sea of painful
You have watched as I pull
Myself from the floor
And you were there when I
Built my tower like pebbles in the rain
Trying to balance all that I had left
With what I didn’t have anymore

Chorus:
But would you tear my castle down
Stone by stone
And let the wind run through my windows
‘Til there is nothing left but a battered rose
Would you tear my castle down
Stone by stone
And let the wind run through my windows
‘Til there is nothing left but a battered rose

You seem so devoted
Your love is unconditional
You were self-promoted
I never asked you
You were my everything
My apparitional faith
Where are you when I am screaming to my God
What am I coming to

Chorus

If I had another place to go
Would you break me, is it that you know
I have no choice but to rebuild again
I’m tied so hard I can’t remember when
I last walked free upon these feet of mine
But I’ll draw the line
There will come a time
When I am stronger
Your words won’t hurt any longer

Chorus

‘Til there is nothing nothing left
‘Til there is nothing nothing left
‘Til there is nothing left
Will you tear my castle down
Will you tear my castle down
Will you tear my castle down

Sheet MusicEdit

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