"Caught by the Light" as written by and Adam Harrison Piers John Towler Hewitt....
Caught by the light aware but asleep
Never as close as the friends that you keep
Drifting away on one final breath
The further you climb, calm silhouette

And takes you along, long, long, long
And takes you along, long, long, long

Far from a world ailing to live
Far from the wreckage you were left in

And the crossing is over where the righteous remain
In the memory it's deeper, survived by a name
The rest is sufficient, a midnight complaint
Left waiting in silence, left only to sleep

It takes you along, long, long, long
And takes you along

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"Caught by the Light" as written by Piers John Towler Hewitt Adam Harrison


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    General Commentwhen I listen to this I just think of what its like after death.
    the further you climb a calm silhouette I just picture someone just drifting up into the light they aren't scared or anything... only calm, as one would be if they were asleep. I don't know I could be wrong but that's what I get from this. and the tempo and guitar riff kind of contribute to this meaning. its like a journey to your afterlife and your caught up in this light that's going to lead you, alone. its a beautiful song and its makes death seem peaceful and welcoming... beautiful song
    waitforme01on December 24, 2013   Link

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