"Recovery" as written by Sian Evans, Darren Beale and Mark Hugh Morrison....
Scared to open up these eyes
To see just what's inside
This tree is dead and cold
This house is not a home
Help me now I'm dying here alone
This is not a new game
So don't think that you know
Casually I confide
Awake and paralysed
Forever in one word
Forever is the longest time
It's the only cure I'm not sure I'll survive

This is not a new game
So don't think that you know
Can you see these blood shot eyes
Can you see
That my strength is failing
And I can't go on this way
And this hearts not beating
It just doesn't seem the same
And my strength is failing
And I can't go on this way (cant go on this way)

Promise me
Promise me
Promise me you will not ever leave
Promise me (you will not ever leave)
Promise me (you will not ever leave)
Promise me (you will not ever leave)

That my strength is failing
And I can't go on this way
And this hearts not beating
It just doesn't seem the same
It just doesn't seem the same
It just doesn't seem the same


Lyrics submitted by beni_ffaf

"Recovery" as written by Gareth Davies Darran Anthony Smith

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management

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    General CommentThis song to me, like most Funeral songs, I beleive is about a relationship. A friendship especially. It belongs to an ex friend of mine and I.
    One person, who is compeltely insecure, and cannot face another day, because they live in perpetual fear of a friend leaving them.
    The person believes they will die alone, because their best friend has abandoned them. They cry, and so the blood shot eyes. They cannot continue, because they don't have that confidement anymore. And when the person is going to leave, they feel hollow trying to confide anything in them, because they know they will be made a fool.
    They ask they never leave. It always felt obvious that it was about a relationship. This song is incredible, and described 9 months of my life.
    KercoKosaon April 10, 2008   Link

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