"The Departed" as written by Salvatore P. Erna, Niall Clur Gregory, Chris Decato, Lisa Rose Guyer, Christopher Allen Lester and Timothy L. Thereault....
To think, beyond what you could think
And feel, beyond what you can feel
To see, beyond what can be seen
And be, beyond what we believe

I know you know something
So many miles and miles away

In separation we come together
It never ends change has just begun
Believing as we release the departed.

To know what no one else could know
Away, into the unexplained
And see the soul beyond the body
The need to do it all again and again and again

I know you know something
So many miles and miles away
Why can't we do better
As the line between begins to fade

In separation we come together
It never ends, change has just begun
Believing as we release the departed

In separation we come together
It never ends change has just begun
Believing as we release the departed.

Trying to be
Higher than I am
Trying to see
Beyond what I can
Trying to be
Higher than I am
Trying to see
Beyond what I can

In separation we come together
It never ends change has just begun
Believing as we release the departed

In separation we come together
It never ends change has just begun
Believing as we release the departed

As we release the departed
As we release the departed
As we release the departed


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"The Departed" as written by Christopher Allen Lester Chris Decato

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    General CommentI'm surprised no one's commented on this song! My younger sister played this song for me last week and I absolutely love it!!!! It's her fault!!! ^.^ Some of the lines have somewhat religious undertones to it. I don't know much about the artist's background, could someone fill me in?
    rockmetalgirlon October 06, 2010   Link

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