In the dark corner of the room, I see
Another part of you and all through
And all through these house I walk, I see you
And all through this world I see you

Now that you're gone and even though it's hard to say
I know that we'll be home together somewhere, someday

I'm running through and forest of you
And the traffic swells around my feet
I'm spinning through a forest of you
And your laughter spills into the street

Now that you're gone and even though it's hard to say
I know that we'll be old together somewhere, someday

In the dark corner of the room, I see
Another part of you I see through
But I don't care I take every part of you, I don't care

Now that you're gone and even though it's hard to say
I know that we'll be old together somewhere, someday

Now that you're gone, it's hard to say
That would be whole together somewhere, someday

In the dark of the room, i see
Another part of you

And I stay

Lyrics submitted by LibbyMew

Stay Lyrics as written by Simon Wilcox Joanne Pelletier

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    This person is walking around the house and remembering details of someone they love. Or in other words, searching their heart, a dark, dark corner and staying in the past. Not wanting to let it go, and willing to take any part of that "someone" they once had. Even if it's only an imaginary part. In hopes that this lover will "come back" home and everything will be where it belongs. But the person is saying this like they have it all together. It's all gonna be good. But the lover isn't really comming back. And deep down, they know.

    aswindcoolon November 07, 2009   Link

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