"Languishing (The Interlude)" as written by Mariah Carey and James Quenton Wright....
If you could only see
That I was not put here for you
To judge me and dispute my innerst truth

And after all these years of enmity, envy and tears
It's a shame you don't know me at all

I was wondering
Would you cry for me?
If I told you that I couldn't breathe
If I was drowning, suffocating
If I told you that I couldn't breathe

Those ancient buried recollections
We transform them and select them
You have yours, I have mine
That's fine
While we're too torn to heal
Our stitch has never disappeared
I have mine, you have yours
I'm sure

I was wondering
Would you reach for me
If you saw that I was languishing
I was wondering would you cry for me
If I told you that I couldn't breathe
If I was drowning, suffocating
If I told you that I couldn't breathe


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"Languishing (Interlude)" as written by James Wright Writers Unknown

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    My InterpretationI love dis litle interlude shes askin him basicly if she was at her lowest point would he stick wit her
    Dasingeron January 04, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI think this is a song to someone she's estranged from.
    lottalaughteron October 13, 2009   Link

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