I’ll be there when there’s nothing left
Night and day holding you
Harmony deep inside your soul
Meet me there

Can you feel me?
Deep inside

There’s no time to deny that I’ll need you
And I’ll be there to inhale your delightful day
There’s no time to deny, I will need you
That’s why I’ll be there to relieve your painful day

Hiding well where the pain is real
Night and day growing in you
Anger is poison in your veins
Meet me there

Can you feel me?
Deep inside

There’s no time to deny that I’ll need you
And I’ll be there to inhale your delightful day
There’s no time to deny, I will need you
That’s why I’ll be there to relieve your painful day

Deep inside

There’s no time to deny that I’ll need you
And I’ll be there to inhale your delightful day
There’s no time to deny, I will need you
That’s why I’ll be there to relieve your painful day




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    General CommentGood song. To me, it's about needing somebody and wanting to make them happy.
    Lateralus518on November 30, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe singer wants mothing more than to make the person they are singing about happy. They want to releave them of angry. And they want to be loved by them.
    ZeroedInon July 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentBasically its about making someone happy and being there for that person through think and thin.
    The Red Pyramidon August 08, 2007   Link
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    My InterpretationTo me this song is about a love that perhaps isn't shared, or can't be. And despite the complications the singer (Protagonist, whatever) still loves this person enough to give them their space. But never fully letting go. Still with them, still enjoying when they're happy. And finally showing themselves when they hit rock bottom to show them that they were always there.
    Aussieosborneon February 06, 2014   Link

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