"Lullaby" as written by Vince Pizzinga, Emmanuelle Grey Rossum and Stuart Brawley....
Laying alone with the history that made you cold and uncertain inside.
Careful now, deep breath, the water's still rising.
But your silver lining's in sight.

When you feel like you're breaking down,
And your body's just giving in,
And you can't go on broken like this any longer.

Close your eyes,
Don't you cry.
Let the sorrow within you subside.
Don't despair,
Have no fear.
Give your weight to me when you hear this lullaby.

You say all seems so wrong with the life that you're living.
You're searching for some reasons why.
You're so scared to trust, you're feeling unworthy.
Aching for comfort tonight.

When your heart's too sore to beat,
And you feel it might never heal,
And you feel not even beggars want you.
I do.

Close your eyes,
Don't you cry.
Let the sorrow within you subside.
Don't despair,
Have no fear.
Give your weight to me when you hear this lullaby.

Close your eyes,
Don't you cry.
Let the sorrow within you subside.
Don't despair,
Have no fear.
Give your weight to me when you hear this lullaby.

Don't you cry,
Let the darkness within you feel light.
Don't despair,
Have no fear.
You'll find comfort in me like child with this lullaby.


Lyrics submitted by dontwasteyoursong

"Lullaby" as written by Stuart Brawley Emmy Rossum

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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    General CommentThis is seriously the most beautiful song ever.
    And since i just got rejected this morning, i can't even describe how perfectly it is comforting me.

    When your heart's too sore to beat
    And you, you fear it might never heal
    And you, you feel not even beggers want you
    I do

    I love that part.
    centerofthestormon December 30, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI agree with you. One of the most beautiful and uplifting song ever!
    Menarion March 05, 2011   Link

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