"Misery" as written by and Andrew Cairns....
I cry myself asleep tonight
cause I can not hold you tight
I wish I could see you tomorrow
To take all this sorrow
When I touch you
Can you feel it
When I need you
Can you give it
When I look in your eyes
Can you see me
When I fall
Will you catch me
Catch me
Catch me

CHORUS
Misery is what I feel,
When you're not around,
So I can heal,
Misery is what I feel,
Is what I feel,
Is what I feel
Misery is what I feel,
When your not around,
So I can heal.

These tears on my face
Are for you
I wish that I could
Hold you, touch you, feel you
I'm waiting can't you see
I wish you could hold me, touch me, feel me
When I touch you
Can you feel it
When i need you
Can you give it
When I look in your eyes
Can you see me
When I fall
Will you catch me
Catch me
Catch me

REPEAT CHORUS TWICE


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"Misery" as written by Andrew Cairns

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    General CommentOn my sad break up CD. I've been here one too many times...
    lorienmareneon April 10, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti heard it when i was hart broken. owww~
    Dappy89on June 05, 2004   Link
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    General Commentscott wrote this song after they left germany, and he left his girlfriend. its about missing someone so much that it hurts.
    bikinikilleeon January 14, 2005   Link
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    General Commenthmm anyone in a long distance relationship could relate to this one
    flaminmofoon April 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentLMAO!

    i remember hearing this song when i was like 9 haha

    now im 16, and hve realized what good music is.

    but this song is catchy and the guys voice is sexxy ahahaha

    x
    x_AmberLaceyon July 30, 2008   Link

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