"Meanwhile" as written by Volker Hinkel and Peter Freudenthaler....
You've changed the world around you. Is it better now?
No starving any more. Is it better now? Your helpless
little fingers, they've never been as calm as now.
Your trembling is over, it's better now.

If there was a light in the dark,
I would try to wake you up.
Could I look into your eyes
while another baby cries? Forgive me.

I see the children in the playfield.
You had to leave your place,
your silent accusation. They took away your face.
Your little life was over before it
ever had begun. Your little wings were broken,
you've never reached the sun.

If there was a light in the dark,
I would try to wake you up. Could I
look into your eyes
while another baby cries?
If there was a light in the dark,
I would try to wake you up. Could I
look into your eyes? Would you take
my alibis? - Forgive me.

Everybody knows it,
repression is the way.
You're not the child next door,
you're much too far away.

And there's no light in the dark,
I will try to wake you up. Can I look into your eyes? Will you
offer me your smile?

But there's no light in the dark,
so I won't try to wake you up.
I couldn't look into your eyes
in this world of alibis.
Forgive me.

So would you,
would you,
would you please forgive me?

Would you, would you,
would you, would you forgive me?


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