"Leave Me Here" as written by and Daniel R. Messe....
I should wake up this town
My heart's on fire
Main road and no one's around
As the flames climb higher

I have been here before
And I know the way
But love seemed sweeter and sure
In the light of the day

So as I rise, I will reach for the livin'
And I'll say no prayer
'Cause tonight he brought me to Heaven
And left me here

I could tell by his face
Those two tired eyes
It's been a long night searching for grace
Now the sun won't rise

Now I have been here before
Though I know I am lost
'Cause the same place that filled me with joy
Is just a road I crossed, just a road I crossed

So as I rise, I will reach for the livin'
And I'll say no prayer
'Cause tonight he brought me to Heaven
And left me here

So as I rise, I will reach for the livin'
And I'll say no prayer
'Cause tonight love feels nothing like Heaven
Don't leave me here


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"Leaving Me Here" as written by Daniel R. Messe

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    General CommentI think this song is about love. When it begins, it "feels like heaven" because it's the greatest feeling one could ever feel. But then when things go downhill, things start to go bad, and how love no longer "feels like heaven".

    The reference to "My heart's on fire, main road and no one's around. " could mean that she's hurting inside, but she feels like no one notices or cares.

    "I have been here before" could be that she's been through love before and she knows what it's like to be and fall out of love.

    "I could tell by his face those two tired eyes.." could mean that he tried to work things out, and tried to tell her how he felt. Then the words come out, and they both feel cold and lost.

    I could be wrong, but that's just how I interpretated it.
    yourkonstantin9on May 12, 2004   Link

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