"Somebody Save Me" as written by and Christoph/kuschnerus Siemons....
I bare my soul, stripped on a silver platter - my back to the wall, blindfolded, tied up, battered
Yearning for someone, someone to end this misery but will that someone, anyone, ever come and rescue me ?
Somebody save me I’m close to the edge - someone to fill me with life give me dreams I never had
Somebody save me and answer my pleas - someone to lift me back up and to put my heart at ease
Somebody help me please
Outcast, alone, searching but never finding - I’d give my all for a trace of silver lining
Yearning for someone, someone to end this misery but will that someone, anyone, ever come and rescue me ?
Somebody save me I’m close to the edge - someone to fill me with life give me dreams I never had
Somebody save me and answer my pleas - someone to lift me back up and to put my heart at ease
Somebody help me please
There’s not much left for me to lose, can anybody heal these wounds ? Someone to start my life anew - where’s that someone where are you ?
Somebody save me I’m close to the edge - someone to fill me with life give me dreams I never had
Somebody save me and answer my pleas - someone to lift me back up and to put my heart at ease
Somebody help me please




Lyrics submitted by ~*Marishka*~

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    My InterpretationJust the kind of music I love! Great beat, amazing lyrics, and sung by a beautiful voice. The meaning is very simple; when someone feels lost, depressed, and empty, just as they reach the edge, they hope and pray there will be somebody to come out of nowhere and erase all the pain. An idealistic view, but it's the last ray of light before sinking into total despair. Cliche? Maybe, but it seriously rocks.
    astralspectreon March 04, 2009   Link

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