"Hope" as written by and John Woloschuk....
Let me come and break the night
I wanna come and fuck away the night
I can make out the vague screams of trees
As they burn and die
Will I watch it leave so boundless and so free
Drifting carelessly I snuff with whispers so gently

I hope
All I do is hope

Let me come wash away your fears
We go play in the tides of tears
This seems like the year that I will rip off all my skin
And then I'll be exposed to those stars up in the sky
And they will blow no wind
I would have to shed my light

I hope
All I do is hope for the blind man
Hope for the crippled man
Hope for the dry old smile
All I do is hope

I watch the leaf, boundless and free
Drifting so carelessly ready for bed
Trees they scream, boundless and free
They scream so gently
That this love will never die

This love will never die
Hope for the the blind man
This love will never die
Hope for the the blind man
This love will never die
Hope for the the blind man
This love will never die

I hope
All I do is hope for the blind man
Hope for the crippled man
Hope she will smile again
All I do is hope






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"Hope" as written by John Woloschuk

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    General CommentThey sound a little too much like Linken Park for their own good but I think they are better then LP by far. Anyway, I like this song, I think it talks about how he loves this girl but has hurt her in some way hence the last lines 'hope she will smile again, all i do is hope'
    saneon May 05, 2002   Link
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    General Commentum the sound nothing like linkin park, nothing at all
    maybe the guys voice but there 2 different styles of music, listen to there other songs and youll get the idea
    namelessdklon June 02, 2002   Link
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    General Commentsane you are a complete jackass. bhc sounds nothing like linkin park.
    toolapcon November 07, 2004   Link

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