"You" as written by David Le Chaine Hollister, Chris Liggio and Felicia Odessa Adams....
You said I don't know who you are
Trying to reach you so near yet so far
You said I was falling apart
How did you notice from this hole in your heart

I dreamed every second through of every passing day
These dreams were reality
How was I to know that they'd fly away

You stole the sun from my day
You always have your own say
You drifted away

Waiting for the moment to come
I'm lost in this maze that I've stumbled upon
Dreaming of the beautiful end
These wounds don't heal easy
But I'm trying to mend

Won't walk any further, baby
You're gonna watch me run
Been living in this fairytale
For far too long look what we've become

You stole the moon from my night
I always thought I was right
You stole all my night

Lyrics submitted by kevlar_soul

"You" as written by Chris Liggio David Le Chaine Hollister

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Commenti think this song describes an unconditional love, where he is dreaming of what it would be like to share that sort of love with someone, and in the midst of this dreaming, he starts to loose someone that loves him as much as that "I dreamed every second through at every passing day.
    These dreams were reality" and in the end maybe he gets hurt by this person, but through his own actions "you stole the moon from my night, i always thought i was right." anyway, thats just a small feeling i get from it, i think it indicates that if we have something really special, best to hold onto it and not get lost in ourself, i know the band werent that successful, but i cant believe no one commented on this song
    deathbypetalson March 04, 2005   Link

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