"Bleed" as written by and Gary Anthony James Webb....
I thought I heard someone crying
Thought I heard someone crying
And I thought it was me
I thought I heard someone screaming
Thought I heard someone screaming

I bleed for you
I bleed for
I bleed for
I, I, I need something to live for
Is this the end we're deserving?
I, I, I need something to live for
I'm on my knees and I'm begging

Something's fallen from heaven
Looks like a nightmare coming to haunt me
I don't believe it
Fallen from heaven, looks like a nightmare coming to save me
I don't believe it

I thought I saw the sky bleeding
Thought I saw the sky bleeding
And I thought I saw you
I thought I saw oceans burning
Thought I saw oceans burning
And I thought I saw you

I thought I saw angels falling
Beautiful, but still falling down
I bleed for you
I bleed for
I bleed for

I, I, I gave you something to die for
And this is how you betray me?
I, I, I gave you something to die for
And this is how you repay me?

Something's falling from heaven, looks like a nightmare coming to haunt me
I don't believe it
Falling from heaven, looks like a nightmare coming to take me
I don't believe it


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"When The Sky Bleeds, He Will Come" as written by Gary Anthony James Webb Adrian Fenton

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    General CommentThis is one a my favorite songs from Numan's industrial period. It has a catchy beat and sing along lyrics (absolutely horrifying ones at that). Unlike a lot of his new stuff, this sounds clear and simple and isn't buried under piles of computer-generated sludge. The lyrics are so straightforward and uncompromising; you really get to feel how Numan feels in this song.
    Maseon November 11, 2008   Link

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