She walked along the street, to me said I don't know what to do
I said I don't guide the blind, and I don't provide the clues
I suggested that she find advice and maybe she should tap another shoulder

She looked me in the eye and said "Well I don't understand,
You see it's clearly stated in your face you've got that helping hand"
I said I cannot to afford to give, will you come back when you're a little older?

And she was falling, falling
Blinding zero vision

With youthful haze she looked amazed, abandoned at an early age
Left alone to fend and fight, prostitute it out at night
Traffic from the shores of home and told to send the money back for labor

So I opened up my home that night
And I destroyed that neon light
Told her how I loved and life
Could come at such a hairy price
Remembering all the time that I was not supposed to ask for any favors

And she was falling, falling
Blinding zero vision
Falling, falling
Blinding zero vision
Zero vision

Told me that her name was Grace, I asked her what it meant to face
Each and every one of them, then they try to pretend they're men
I asked her did her Daddy know, was he the one that did the deal to trade her?

I opened up the photo books, and showed her how I used to look
With lack of pain and innocence, my life infused with tolerance
I told her how time would fly and not to cry about the one that sold her

Zero vision

And she was falling, falling
Blinding zero vision
Falling, falling
Blinding zero vision


Lyrics submitted by FFStudios, edited by player32

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