(These lyrics are taken from a very old incarnation of EA's site. There is no recording available as this song was only performed live.)



The child was abandoned
The spirits had left her home
A godless creation
But she says she's not alone
In delirium
People can dream
In delirium
Things are not what they seem
I am not alone
I dream

Don't tell where I'm hiding
I don't want anyone to know
I'm so far away now
A place I can always go
In delirium
People can dream
In delirium
Things are not what they seem
I am not alone
I dream

In the darkness I have a thousand friends
And the music plays and it never ends
And the midnight owl comes to fly with me
And I feel and hear what I cannot see
'Cause I am not alone
I am not alone
Yes I am not alone
I dream

A horse at my window
A voice singing in my head
Reality beckons
But I will stay here instead
In delirium
People are free
In delirium
To see what they want to see
I am not alone
With me

In my paradise all I love is here
And I'm not afraid, God is always near
And she tells me things I have never known
And she doesn't care that I came on my own
'Cause I am not alone
I am not alone
Yes I am not alone
With me

In this backseat I can go anywhere
Talk to anyone, close my eyes and I'm there
In a world where nobody ever cries
Never shouts or hurts and I take to the skies because
I'm not under the table
I'm not behind your closet door
Let go of my hands now
'Cause I'm not here anymore
In delirium
I don't know when
In delirium
I will come back again
But I'm not alone
I am not alone
Yes I am not alone
'Til then


Lyrics submitted by XShatteredRosesX

Delirium song meanings
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    General CommentI hope EA records this one day. I think (lyrically) it's one of her best songs. I love it, this along with absynthe... they are just too good to be written but not sung.
    LadySkieson November 05, 2009   Link
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    General Commentsounds like a retreat into a private world
    good for passive resistance
    Matt Holckon April 30, 2011   Link

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