Light, I see the light
You're there on my floor
You're there on my floor
Fly, angel, fly
You're out of sight
You're out of sight

She came in a dream, Lord
No way to describe it,
It was in my head
I burn but I don't scream
No way to describe it,
It is in my head

I have seen things that I can't explain
Looking in through that window pane
Open your eyes and let me in
Don't go to think that I don't care

So...I see the door
I see the door
I see the door

It came in a dream, Lord
No way to describe it,
It was in my head
What's life without a scream, lover?
No way to describe it,
It was in my head

I have seen things that I can't explain
Looking through windows, feeling the same
I have seen moments I'd like to share
Scared that you don't want me there,
My lover
Scared that you don't want me there,
My lover
(It's a battle, it's a battle...)


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    General Commenti've always felt this song and Little gem are companion pieces. sometimes it feels like it's from the perspective of a doomed love, falling apart (I burn but don't scream... I see the door (to leave). other times as if it's someone whose mental health is fragile (it was in my head/i have seen things that i can't explain). the backing music sets the words of beautifully x
    ejbon July 04, 2009   Link

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