"Between Something and Nothing" as written by Robert Scott Minnig, Robert Lee Mittan, Steven Eric Lau and David George Schelzel....
Words that form a sentence
Words that form a phrase
In a poem or a letter
Could not convey the meaning
Of what this man has done
In a painting
On canvas
As the colors fading
They dictate my mood
Can you see me
Are you near me
I find myself on canvas
I find myself on stage
Can you see me
Are you near me
And I long to know you're real
And I long for you to be part of me
I long to know you're real
And I long for you to be a part of me
In the fading twilight
I sit and stare at her
In all her beauty
Her beauty
You know I have to wonder
Why all great men must die
And leave their treasure
They leave their treasure



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"Between Something and Nothing" as written by Robert Lee Mittan David George Schelzel

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    Lyric Correctionthat's not the lyrics to this song
    Deodataon May 13, 2010   Link
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    General CommentLyrics should be something like this:

    Words that form a sentence
    Words that form a phrase
    In a poem or a letter
    Could not convey the meaning
    Of what this man has done
    In a painting
    On canvas
    As the colors fading
    They dictate my mood
    Can you see me
    Are you near me
    I find myself on canvas
    I find myself on stage
    Can you see me
    Are you near me
    And I long to know you're real
    And I long for you to be part of me
    I long to know you're real
    And I long for you to be a part of me
    In the fading twilight
    I sit and stare at her
    In all her beauty
    Her beauty
    You know I have to wonder
    Why all great men must die
    And leave their treasure
    They leave their treasure

    GREAT song!
    monster36604on October 25, 2010   Link

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