"Wings Of God" as written by Daniel Cavanagh, Vincent Cavanagh, John James Douglas and David John Pybus....
No one can find me
Here in my soul
Kicking and screaming
Out of control

Calm myself down
Nobody knows
No one can find me
Here in my soul

Hooked on your problems
Do I know why
And if you come my way again
Would I lend a hand
Would I understand

Solitude was never seen as loneliness
And things need time
And time leads to other things
And playing roles
Which are limited
By the poor fund of knowledge
In this sick, sick world
We all fall down
Once in a while
Escaping the law of the unexplained pains

Lyrics submitted by Psychedeliasmith

"Wings of God" as written by David John Pybus Daniel Cavanagh

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  • +1
    General Commenthmm, having noone to relate to can be pretty depressing. This guy can't connect with anyone on a soul-mate level it would seem, but hey, just as is said its not wrong to rely solely on yourself- (solitude was never seen as loneliness). I would change soul to sole at some stage in this song to expand on the meaning of a SOLE soul (that is one-of-a-kind and thus, alone), anyways thats my thinking.So pretending to be someone you are not is not gonna help you in this sad world of ours. And dont worry yourself- we're all headed in this downward direction and the realisation of this fate frees our mind of excessive question.
    thats_deep_manon March 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNo connection. U dnt care 4 anyone and noone cares 4 u so u get sucked into ur soul and drown til nothing can reach u.
    Conspicuouson May 28, 2010   Link
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    General CommentReminds me of "emptiness is loneliness, and loneliness is cleanliness and cleanliness is godliness", it is different though. And excellent.
    RottenChainon December 11, 2007   Link

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