No, dont leave me alone in this life
she just closed her eyes
flatlined, choked and died
please, start breathing again my love come on please survive
shes too far gone to try

stay with me now dont go to sleep
wait for the sunrise just you and me
i want you to know, i never told you this
just, too late, should have told her before, but you never did
you never said
all, in a second, its all slow motion isnt it
standing by her bed

stay with me now dont go to sleep
wait for the sunrise just you and me
i want you to know, i never told you this
i should have let you know
i never let you know
wish i'd let you know


Lyrics submitted by Princess |\/.\/|

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    General Commentthis song obviously has the first meaning of death, of someone dying and leaving their lover without anyone but i think this song can be related to if you just loose love, if that dies
    "please, start breathing again my love come on please survive
    shes too far gone to try" = we can get through this, but, the partner has already had enough, its too late to carry on, too much has been said or done on one of the couples part and its too late.
    "stay with me now dont go to sleep" wake up from whatever it is thats making you want to break up.

    In the death sense, this song is just about a guy whos girlfriend has died and hes left in the world alone, she was everything to him, he loved her so much and yet he never told her and so he's full of regret

    This is one of my favourite Halo songs, mainly because of the meaning of it and how its slow and its just... nice, I advise anyone who likes Muse or alternative rock to check this band out, the lyrics are amazing and the music is... as well as the lead singers voice... (",)
    Princess |\/.\/|on August 31, 2002   Link

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