"Heaven Beside You" as written by and Michael A. Inez Jerry Cantrell....
Be what you want to be
See what you came to see
Been what you want to be
I don't like what I see

Like the coldest winter chill
Heaven beside you, hell within
Like the coldest winter chill
Heaven beside you, hell within

Like the coldest winter will
Heaven beside you, hell within
And you think you have it still, heaven inside you
So there's problems in your life

That's fucked up, and I'm not blind
I'm just see through faded, super jaded
And out of my mind
Do what you want to do

Go out and seek your truth
When I'm down and blue
Rather be me than you
Like the coldest winter chill

Heaven beside you, hell within
Like the coldest winter chill
Heaven beside you, hell within
Like the coldest winter will

Heaven beside you, hell within
And you wish you had it still, heaven inside you
So there's problems in your life
That's fucked up, and I'm not blind

I'm just see through faded, super jaded
And out of my mind
Like the coldest winter chill
Heaven beside you, hell within

Like the coldest winter chill
Heaven beside you, hell within
Like the coldest winter will
Heaven beside you, hell within

And you know you have it still, heaven inside you
So there's problems in your life
That's fucked up, but you're not blind
You're just see through faded, overrated

And out of your mind


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"Heaven Beside You" as written by Michael A. Inez Jerry Cantrell

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    General CommentDirectly from the linear notes of the Music Bank box set (written by Cantrell):

    "Another attempt to reconcile the fact that my life and paths are tearing me apart from the person I love. All the songs I write about her are a way for me to maybe speak to her, express things I could never express."
    HeihachiMushroomon April 21, 2004   Link

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