The Irene song was created very simply - Vii picking a tune on the guitar, and T seeing the whole story of the tune immediately in her head. Not even knowing he does it, Vii somehow told her a story of a girl Irene, and her lover Isaac.
Even if loving her very much, Isaac couldn't live with himself without trying other things, going away to see the world and all the opportunities it offers. Learning over time that there was nothing better to be found, he's longing for his Irene, regretting his going away while hoping she's well, not forgetting his love for her. Irene, left at home, sad and confused from losing and missing the love of her life, calls Isaac back with every thought while physically deteriorating. Irene dies eventually from heartache. Despite all the suffering, Irene's only wish is for her love Isaac not to forget her - which is exactly what Isaac wishes for.
The whole story is expressed in the form of an imaginary 'letter' the two never actually put together, just "writing" to the other in their mind.
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I made a mistake I was so wrong, Irene I made a mistake Leaving you here, my dear I am so sorry I am so sorry, my love I miss you ever since I'll miss you till I'm done I made a mistake So out of place, Irene If one thing to wish for Having you here, quite near Irene, don't disappear Even if I did Irene, remember me I for sure will Irene Where are you, dear Why did you leave, Isaac I don't understand Did I make you run back I am so sorry I am so sorry, my love I miss you ever since I'll miss you till I'm done Where are you, dear I'll need to go, Isaac There's not much time My time is almost up Isaac, you disappeared And I'm almost gone Isaac, remember me Forever yours Irene
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