"Wish You Were Here (Limp Bizkit/John Rzeznik) (Pink Floyd cover)" as written by Ricardo Nicolia Barrow, Gary Burns, Jagjit Singh Kooner, Dean Carl Thatcher and Richard Miles Thair....
So, so you think you can tell,
Heaven from hell,
Blue skies from pain.
Can you tell a green field,
From a cold steel rail?
Smile from a veil,
Do you think you can tell?

So, do you think we can change,
Everybody that hates,
Before its too late?
So proud to be free,
But who can we blame?
Don't be ashamed,
Do you think we can change?

How I wish,
How I wish you were here.
We're a world of lost souls,
Swimming in a fish bowl,
Year after year.
Running over the same old crowd,
But have we found,
the same old fears?
Wish you were here.

We don't need,
Need anymore pain.
We just need to remain on the very same page,
So much to gain.

No more losing a friend,
We're losing ourselves.
We just need your help.
So glad you're here,
So glad you're here.



Lyrics submitted by wheaties409

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