How lonely you are waiting at the Sunday park
I'll elude you, I will lose you
Existing were no soul apart

You stand on a platform
Your effigy dissolves in my hands

When I feel like someone to lie on
And I feel like someone to rely on

You can't wake up

Illusions born of the air
Something seems so precious there

I'll elude you, I will lose you
As rehearsal of my despair

When I feel like someone to lie on
And I feel like someone to die on

You can't wake up
Oh here me
I'm what you have left

Here I am
In this necrologue of love

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For Her Light Lyrics as written by Carl Mccoy Alexander James Wright

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    General CommentAnother great band I listened to in my very young...probably too young to be listening to this kind of music years hahah. Love Fields of the Nephilim. This album was just absolutely amazing, melodic, and chill.
    Italion February 01, 2010   Link
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    General CommentIt seems that the scariest and toughest groups have also their small heart, great dark ballad with their unique sound!
    PeluCrespinson June 06, 2017   Link
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    My InterpretationAnother of McCoy's anti dogma songs. A statement that religion and faith are something you feel within, it doesn't come from idols standing on platforms in front you. If you can't feel it within you then you can try all like to talk to statues, you'll never find inner peace and never see beyond the dream being fed to you by the priests. Wake up, feel it and you'll learn the real meaning.
    Fuzzypigon March 04, 2019   Link

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