"What is Left" as written by and Ryan Clark....
I saw you from our window,
I let you crawl inside.

Your face became a shadow,
Your voice became my kind.

Oh, what is left?
I take what I can get, and lack of all around

What is left?
Some words that I forget, and more I regret.

I came here alone, I thought you'd gone,
I left you bones at the end of the road

I came here alone, the long way home,
I left you in bones at the end of the road.

I'm trying to evade you,
I'm trying to return.

One starry night I'll take you,
Down the barrel of my gun.

Oh, what is left?
I'll take what I can get, and lack of all around

What is left?
Some words that I forget, and more I regret.

I came here alone, I thought you'd gone,
I left you bones at the end of the road

I came here alone, the long way home,
I left you in bones, at the end of the road.

I came here alone, I thought you'd gone,
I left you in bones at the end of the road.

I came here alone, the long way home,
I left you in bones, at the end of the road.

I came here alone, I thought you'd gone,
I left you in bones at the end of the road

I came here alone, the long way home,
I left you in bones, at the end of the road.


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"What is Left" as written by Ryan Clark

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    General CommentSooo the lyrics are wrong. For a start, its not "our window" its "my window."

    "Your voice became my guide," not "kind."

    "I'll take what I can get, and black out all the rest." Not... whatever the crap that is...

    "I'm dying to be done," and not trying to return.

    And "One solemn night I'll take you..." not starry night.

    So this is what cd booklets are for.
    Thundergod625on April 21, 2017   Link
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    General CommentI Love DH
    chad115098on June 20, 2017   Link

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