"Out There" as written by Andreas Hemmeth, Engelina Larsen and Adam Powers....
You must be out there
Every time I've got an hour on my hands I hope you feel me
Every now and then I understand the fact that you believed me
How can I go on
If you don't come along to set me off
I don't know nothing
How can I move on when I am half as strong
Without your strength
I don't know nothing
Cause you're not in my world to ease my worries
And you can't be the one I turn to
who's gonna watch over me if not you
Will your memory live on inside me
Ever since you went away I wondered why the world kept turning
Every time I think of you I feel the flame that keeps on burning
How can I go on
If you don't come along to set me off
I don't know nothing
How can I move on when I am half as strong
Without your strength
I don't know nothing
Though you're not in my world to ease my worries
And you can't be the one I turn to
you're gonna watch over me I feel you
Cause your memory lives on inside of me
You must be out there
Though you're not in my world to ease my worries
You must be out there
And you can't be the one I turn to
You must be out there
you're gonna watch over me I feel you
You must be out there
Cause your memory lives on inside of me
You must be out there


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"Out There [*]" as written by Engelina Larsen Andreas Hemmeth

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    General Commentthis song is about someone whom you loved and cared for who has died. the whole "cause you're not in my world to ease my worries." makes me think that they are 'talking' to the person's grave.. pissed that they died, but happy their sorrow and pain is ended... it's a song you would blare and cry because you are pissed they're gone but happy they are finally at peace.
    khrystaon October 05, 2006   Link

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