"You're All I Need" as written by and Bronislaw/kahn Kaper....
And I'm walking on wounded, in my sleep
And the work of my hands so sickens me, tonight
And the dreams come on, like a raging flood
I can feel the flames and taste the blood, no
And her arms find me waiting, coming now

And today we are victors, heavy price
And time will not heal the scars we hide
And we walked on home there's a funeral pyre, carrying 'cross the desert sky, now
And her arms find me waiting, coming now, coming now, yah...

You're all I need
I've walked beside the chosen one, I fought beside forgotten sons, tonight
And I'll make you say, for all the fires that scarred this land and all the blood upon my hands tonight
And just lay me down, tonight

And I'll lie with you tonight, for all the stars, behind your eyes
And I'm free, free to fly, through your mind
Your mind...(yah...)

And you're all I need
I've walked beside the chosen one, I fought beside forgotten sons, tonight
And I'll make you say, for all the fires that scarred this land and all the blood upon my hands tonight
And just lay me down, tonight
And just lay me down...

And I'm walking on wounded, in my sleep


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"You're All I Need" as written by Maurice White Allee Willis

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    General CommentThis song reminds me of Shattered by Remy Zero
    cp___32on December 14, 2005   Link
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    General Comment"Time will not heal the scars we hide"

    There was a relationship that turned out terribly bad and hurt both members involved in it. Emotionally destroyed in mind, even hurting in dreams.
    jett4lifeon November 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is a very beautiful song. It is one of my top 3 Pilot Speed songs.
    arenjonon May 22, 2009   Link

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