As well as the usual disclaimer, I must note that the form of this song is based on "Solitaire," performed by Laura Branigan.

"Boromir" - sung by Faramir, at Henneth Annûn


I still remember the way I used to trail you
Promised I wouldn't fail you, and you trusted in me
You knew I was true, knew I never would despair
Even when you went off where I didn't dare

Once that dream was dreamt by you
There was nothing I could do
All those weeks I held my own, fighting in a crowd alone
Wondering were you ever coming home

Boromir it was a trial
Tell me was it worth your while?
Where were you when we fought for each mile?

It will take time, I can't stop thinking about you
Now I'm living without you, for you won't come back here
I've seen your treasured horn in pieces; and I hate, oh yes
I hate to believe it, that such was your fate

Once the dream was dreamt by you
There was nothing I could do
All those weeks you traveled home, in a crowd or all alone?
Now I know you're never coming home

Boromir you're lost to me now
Withered just like the White Tree now
Boromir you were to me so dear

I will fight for land and city
Though my heart is torn with pity
And I face the future with great fear
Boromir, Boromir, Boromir