"Breaking Point" as written by and Lodge Hayward....
Is that the wind
On your face?
Are you sure you're alone?
Are you sure you're alone?
Feel the chill
Of an empty space.
Are you sure you're alone?
Are you sure you're alone?

In the middle of the night
Is that your heart you hear
Or a train to nowhere,
That pounding in your ear?

Have you reached your breaking point?
Have you reached your breaking point tonight?

Only when you're sleeping can you drift away.
No one can hurt you.
Listen to the secret of your dreams.
Though you want to sleep forever
Still you must return

Hands of ice
Down your spine.
Are you sure you're alone?
Are you sure you're alone?

Feel the grip
Of a clinging vine.
Are you sure you're alone?
Are you sure you're alone?

In the middle of the night
Is that your voice I hear
Or the wind that's calling
Back across the years?

Have you reached your breaking point?
Have you reached your breaking point tonight?


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"Breaking Point" as written by Justin Hayward John Charles Lodge

Lyrics © Fintage House Publishing

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    General CommentThis song brings back great memories of 1988 for me.

    Such an atmospheric song, great production and excellent vocals from Hayward and Lodge.
    FrankieAGdeBon December 28, 2006   Link

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