"After You Came" as written by and Graeme Edge....
Since it began I got one dream and it's really my only blessing
If I can come through than so can you
And you will find there's no regretting
Things you want from your life's font
Will never let your spirit roam
Come back to Earth for what it's worth
For you've been dreaming of a ceiling not a home

[Chorus]
I've been doing my best
What else can I do?
Is there something I've missed
That will help you through

I have reached the top of the wall
And all I've found is another way to fall

For some short time
For a while you and I were joined to eternity
Then we split in two back tome and you
Like the rain rising from the sea
Rising from the sea
We all can see what we shall be
But knowing's not really controlling
With time perhaps I will pass the traps and find some peace and understanding
After you'd come and while you're gone
You leave me guessing, it's depressing
Never to know the way to go to find some time along a little less pressing
So you just have to laugh
When it hurts so much
You're so far away and so hard to touch

I have reached the top of the wall
And all I've found is another way to fall

Since it began I got one dream and it's really my only blessing
If I can come through than so can you
And you will find there's no regretting
Things you want from your life's font
Will never let your spirit roam
Come back to Earth for what it's worth
For you've been dreaming of a ceiling not a home

[Chorus]


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"After You Came" as written by Graeme Edge

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    General CommentSupposedly, Graeme wrote this about his divorce/breakup he was going thru. The song ROX!! All/most of the guys trade vocals on this one with 4 or 5 part harmonies on parts of it. Did I mention that it ROX?!?!
    Digi-Gon June 16, 2006   Link

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