"Helpless (Neil Young cover)" as written by David Taylor, Rob Downes, Alex Mungo, Jasper John Nielson Stainthorpe, Stephen Wren and Mark Robert Tiplady....
There is a town in north Ontario
With dream comfort, memory to spare
And in my mind, I still need a place to go
All my changes were there

Blue, blue windows behind the stars
Yellow moon on the rise
Big birds flying across the sky
Throwing shadows on our eyes

Leave us, helpless, helpless, helpless
Baby can you hear me now?
The chains are locked and tied across the door
Baby, sing with me somehow

Blue, blue windows behind the stars
Yellow moon on the rise
Big birds flying across the sky
Throwing shadows on our eyes

Leave us helpless, helpless, helpless
Helpless, helpless, helpless
Helpless, helpless, helpless
Helpless, helpless, helpless
Helpless, helpless, helpless


Lyrics submitted by ecorchee1, edited by Mellow_Harsher

"Helpless" as written by Buck Ram

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    My OpinionWell, recalling happy times, particularly a romantic moment in the sunset with a former love. In terms of Mr. Cave, as much a love song, as a Godly cherish.
    Can't make the final verse; in longing for the past, solitude extends a helping hand, time-out from the present...?
    djontraon October 04, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThis is a Neil Young cover.
    dotdashon July 27, 2011   Link

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