Blue sky to forever
The green grass blows in the wind, dancing.
It would be a much better sight
with you,
with me.
If you hadn't met me,
I'd be fine on my own,
baby.
Never felt so lonely,
then you came along

So now what should I do?
I'm strung out,
addicted to you.
My body aches,
now that you're gone,
My supply fell through.

Gladly gave me everything you had
and more.
You craved my happiness.
When you made me feel joy
it made you smile,
but now I feel your stress.
Love was never meant to be
such a crazy affair,
no.
And who has time for tears?
Never thought I'd sit around and cry for your love,
'till now.

I wanna feel your stress.
Who has time for tears?
Oh, my baby.


Lyrics submitted by magicmanx9

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    General Commentthis song kicks major ass! I love silent hill 3 and this song!
    i_failed_preschoolon January 16, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthe rhythm to this song completely reminds me of some song from the 80s.... i can't tell if it's The Cure or U2... but it is driving me to the tops of the wall right this minute.
    salparadise04on September 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's crazy good.
    laurentertainingon November 26, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthe first song that made me love McGlynn.
    The Red Pyramidon April 12, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationThe theme of this music, in my vision, is about a love that someone had lost for sad reasons, such as death of this person.

    About salparadise04's comment, the rhythm of this song really reminds a song from the 80s. In my head and ears, it reminds me "New Year's Day" from U2. And i really like U2's songs.
    Castro93on March 05, 2013   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe I submitted these lyrics 12 years ago and I still have an active account.

    dubya tee eff. Lol, right?
    magicmanx9on September 23, 2017   Link

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