America Don't You Cry {After 'England's Fading'}

Alfred can't stand to visit Arthur's grave more than once a year.... He dies inside everytime.


Song: America
Singer/Band: Imagine Dragons
Show/Anime: Hetalia

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1. Alfred

Is this just an illusion?

That I made inside my head to get me by.

Alfred walked up the hill to the tree,

Where Arthur had died.

20 years in debt,

20 years in the government,

20 years could never get me by:

His older brother had died for him,

He had to go see him.

And I feel you close,

Feel you close like you wanted me to,

Feel you close like you wanted me to,

He could see Arthur,

Bright green eyes shining.

Believe in you,

Rise to the top of the world,

He was at the top of the hill,

Alfred bent down beside his big brother's grave,

America,

America don't you cry,

He placed flowers on his grave,

England had faded,

Lift me up,

Give me strength to press on,

Rise to the top of the world,

The American had a hard time holding back his tears,

His brother,

Gone.

"Oh Arthur.... I'm so sorry."

He said,

Tears streaming down his face,

America,

America don't you cry,

Even though he fought with his brother a lot,

He loved him.

Lift me up,

Give me strength to press on.

He sat by Arthur's grave,

Crying.

From farmers in the fields,

To the tallest towers that fall and rise,

Alfred looked out over the land scape,

Still destroyed from the war,

1-7-7-6,

The names upon the list,

He would have faded,

If it wasn't for Arthur.

For all the ones that gave until they died,

Don't you hold back,

Alfred looked at his grave stone,

'Arthur Kirkland,

Beloved brother, Good Friend and Great leader.'

I can see in your mind,

And your mind will set you free,

A tear rolled down Alfred's cheek,

"I-I love you, B-brother."

And I feel you close,

Feel you close like you wanted me to,

Feel you close like you wanted me to.

His beloved brother was gone,

England was no longer,

Believe in you,

Rise to the top of the world,

This was the one time of year,

That Alfred came to visit Arthur's grave,

America,

America don't you cry,

He leaned his back against the tree,

Arthur never deserved to fade.

Lift me up,

Give me strength to press on,

His older brother had protected him,

At his own will,

Rise to the top of the world,

Arthur was the real hero,

As Alfred thought.

America,

America don't you cry.

"I miss you, Iggy."

Alfred muttered while crying,

Lift me up,

Give me strength to press on.

On this day, the other countries watched Alfred break down,

Die inside,

For his older brother.

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