Christine: And blind in the dark, A soul gazed into soul, I looked into your heart And saw you pure and whole. I stood while you slept, And whispered a goodbye, And slipped into the dark, Beneath a moonless sky.
Phantom: Cloaked under the night, With nothing to suppress, A woman and a man, No more and yet no less. Christine: And I loved you, Yes, I loved you, I'd have followed anywhere you lead, I woke to swear my love And found you gone instead.
And I kissed you, Christine: And caressed you, Both: And the world around us fell away. Phantom: And I caught you, Christine: And I kissed you, Phantom: And I took you. Phantom: And I loved you, Christine: Oh, I loved you!
Phantom: And I had to, both of us knew why, Christine: We both knew why.
Both: And yet I won't regret, From now until I die, The night I can't forget, Beneath a moonless sky.
Ok Cupid is a free dating site with seven million users.
The site’s blog, Ok Trends, mines data from those users to tackle important subjects like “The case for an older woman” and “The REAL ‘stuff white people like’.” Beyond clever headlines, Ok Cupid also uses an unusual pedigree to separate itself from the dating site pack: The business was founded by four Harvard-educated mathematicians.
“It probably scared people when they first heard that four math majors were starting a dating site,” said CEO Sam Yagan during a recent interview.
But the founders’ backgrounds greatly influenced how they approached the problem of dating.
“A lot of other dating sites are based on psychology,” Yagan said.
“The fundamental premise of a site like e Harmony is that they know the answer.
Christine: So it was all an empty lie, One final lie to fool us all, To make your death a story's end, To put your life beyond recall.