"Buried Alive" as written by Ian Stephen Mcculloch and William Sergeant....
Buried alive
Person unknown
Dying inside
Half the way home

Somewhere under a delvaux moon
Childhoods end came too soon
Came too soon

Don't want to know when
Don't want to know why
Don't want to believe that life is just to die
You were the one who sang lullabies
I'm still hanging out to dry, out to cry
Hey now, hey now
Don't you cry

It's just the dying of the light
Time to say our goodbyes
I'll look for you in that goodnight
Is anybody here?
I want to go out, the way I came in
My flame blowing out
In the summer wind

Somewhere under a delvaux moon
Childhoods end came too soon
Came too soon

Hey now, hey now
Don't you cry
It's just the dying of the light
Time to say our goodbyes
I'll look for you in that goodnight
Goodnight, goodnight, goodnight


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"Buried Alive" as written by William Sergeant Ian Stephen Mcculloch

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    General CommentGrowing old sucks, apparently you die at some point. Delvaux only painted pictures of naked young women (except 1 painting). Maybe he'll die while in love with one.
    Wonder Nedon August 26, 2008   Link

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