"Helen" as written by Derek James Fudesco, Peter Quirk and Marty Lund....
In my bedroom, in my bedroom, in my bedroom
I seek a foreign night. Aren't we the same, you and I, all our love gathers the storm?
Or should we share a brain, in our minds, all our love follows the road.
I won't beg you, I won't beg you, I won't beg you, not with certain words.

Helen your eyes are frozen in my brain
Helen you are a gone world, where I remain.

In my bedroom, in my bedroom, in my bedroom
I seek a foreign light. Aren't we the same you and I, all our love gathers the storm.
Or should we share a brain in our minds, all our love follows the road.
I won't beg you, I won't beg you, I won't beg you, not with certain words.

Helen your eyes are frozen in my brain
Helen you are lost world where I remain.
And all my dreams move away, I let them escapeAnd all my dreams move away, I let them escape.


Lyrics submitted by Coow

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    General CommentSeems to me to be about someone who thought they were one with someone else, only to find out otherwise.
    Ratman_84on February 14, 2011   Link
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    General CommentSeems to me to be about blurring the lines of individuality between two people who seem so fervently and irrevocably close...
    purpleandgreenon February 19, 2008   Link

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