"Saving" as written by William David South, Brendon Arthur James, Thomas William George Welham and Adam Michael Wilson....
I see so little time
My eyes are crossed, my hands are tied
All I wanna do is to breathe in
I never see a passer-by
My skin is cold, it's turned to ice
And everything I do, I want leaving

And I guess it's a might
With a light that you find
You turn a blind eye
To the world in the sky

I didn't know in your lies
Above your head you hold so high
All my energy is behind it
A dream for the passersby
My eyes are wasted here tonight
I never tried to get across the feeling

And I guess it's a might
With a light you find
You turn a blind eye
To the world in the sky

Saving down under the stars
Saving [Incomprehensible] the stars
Saving down under the stars
Saving



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"Saving" as written by Brendon Arthur James Adam Michael Wilson

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentI think this song is about someone who wants to do something really badly. But when he finally gets to that point he wish it away.
    Arcticaon July 12, 2005   Link

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