"A Million Faces" as written by and Luke Morley....
I've never seen you look so empty
I've never heard you sound so low
I've never felt your pain so deeply
And I just wanted you to know

'Cos when your smile feels like you're lying
When it's all too much to bear
There ain't no use denying
You gotta put that weight down somewhere

And as a million faces go by
You're gonna find a new connection
On that you can rely
And you'll feel your heart take wings and fly
But we've all gotta get a little broken sometimes

You say "what's the point in living?"
When your world's been torn apart
Well there ain't no shame in crying
And that's a pretty good place to start

'Cos as a million faces go by
There'll be more than one to touch you
And make sense of your life
You can harden yourself up all you like
But you're still gonna get a little broken sometimes

And though I know you don't believe it right now
You gonna get through this somehow
As time dulls the edge of the pain that you feel
You feel

And as a million faces go by
You'll find a new connection
On that you can rely
And you'll feel your heart take wings and fly, see it fly
You can harden yourself up all you like
But you're still gonna get a little broken sometimes


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"A Million Faces" as written by Luke Morley

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    General CommentLuke Morley:

    "An epic Thunder ballad in musical terms. Lyrically however, as opposed to it being in the first person, this song is written from the point of view of somebody trying to comfort a friend whose relationship has gone terminally wrong. The general theme is ‘there’s plenty more fish in the sea’ and one of them somewhere will be right for you."
    broozaon September 26, 2006   Link

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