The climate of my living room is drowsy
The remnant of the song I used to sing
Hangs in the air with the afternoon sunlight
Questions like 'where are you now?'
And 'do you even care?'
And 'how could you still call yourself good
When I am here?', they haunt me in my sleep

Oh, oh, oh, oh-oh

But I will let you speak for yourself
For no one can answer for you
Oh, I will put my pointed finger down in silence
For you are good and I am speechless

There's a melody around here
And I just can't seem to pick it up from the silence
In the aftermath of tragedy, there's a symphony,
There's a symphony, I can hear it,
I can hear it...

Oh, I will let you speak for yourself
For no one can answer for you
Oh, I will put my pointed finger down in silence
For you are good and I am speechless

Oh, my soul, oh my soul,
Don't forget the goodness of God goes on
Oh, my soul, oh my soul,
Don't forget the goodness of God goes on
Oh, my soul, oh my soul,
Don't forget the goodness of God goes on

Oh, I will let you speak for yourself
For no one can answer for you
Oh, I will put my pointed finger down in silence
For you are good and I am speechless

And I will let you speak for yourself
For no one can answer for you
Oh, I will put my pointed finger down in silence
For you are good and I am speechless


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