"Sleep:Less" as written by Ole Anders Olsen and Sebastian R. Komor....
Let me see the world
You're building now
Fear an anger
Feel so sweet
It's hard to hear your voice
When its only in my head
It's a part of you
In everyone I meet

Your screams still haunt me down
I'm on my knees
Trying to imagine
How it must have been
The soil is still crying
The rust on the leafs
Will never fade away
From the pictures in my head

Tell me that you're here
That you never went
That its all a dream
This has never been
Why don't you answer me?
Don't leave us empty handed
Though I know its real
But still it try
Cause in my world
You've never died
Why don't you answer me?
Don't leave us empty handed

Every night
Sleepless
How I want a second chance
For what it's worth
To say I'm sorry
And to say a last goodbye
How I regret that I didn't stay
To hear your laughter
One last time
When you haunt the dreams
Of those who stole your breath
Ask them
How they possibly can sleep at night
Send them my regards
That I'll be waiting

Here in front of your grave
I'll be waiting

Tell me that you're here
That you never went
That its all a dream
This has never been
Why don't you answer me?
Don't leave us empty handed
Though I know its real
But still it try
Cause in my world
You've never died
Why don't you answer me?
Don't leave us empty handed


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"Sleep: Less" as written by Sebastian R. Komor Ole Anders Olsen

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    General CommentA person mourning over a lost loved one, despair over the person deceased and anger over the one who killed said person, is prevalent.
    Night Sanctuaryon May 16, 2007   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionYour skin still haunts me down = Your scream still hunts me down

    Of those who stole your breathe = Of those who stole your breath
    Artifizialon September 12, 2010   Link

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