"in the middle of the night" as written by and Joseph Lyburn Arthur....
In the middle of the night
I can feel the sun
In the middle of the night
I think we'll vow our love
It's a terrible secret
That i keep from you
I vacate my soul on the brokenhearted avenue.
We could begin
We could begin
We could begin again
After the end
In the middle of the night
My heart is never free
In the middle of the night
The truth is easy to see
If i could hold you
Now i would never let you go
But I'm all alone
Knowing that you reap what you sow
We could begin
We could begin
We could begin again
After the end
After the end
After the end
After the end
In the middle of the night
I think you're following me
In the middle of the night
In the doorway of my memory
I ask how everything is going for you
Between is a wall
Both our hearts see through
We could begin
We could begin
We could begin again
After the end
After the end
After the end
After the end
In the middle of the night
Is when i start to cry
In the middle of the night
I throw a prayer for you
Across the sky
It's a terrible secret
That i kept from you
I vacated my soul on the brokenhearted avenue
We could begin
We could begin
We could begin again
After the end
After the end
After the end
After the end


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"In the Middle of the Night" as written by Joseph Lyburn Arthur

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    General CommentI can't believe no one has commented on this song.
    It is absolutely beautiful.

    It inspires me so much.
    His poetry is amazing.
    BrightestEyes7on July 11, 2009   Link
  • 0
    My OpinionGreat song I must say, the guitar adds a touching vibe to his lyrics.
    piotrusb15on October 05, 2009   Link

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