I know you are going away
I take my love into another day
In my thoughts, you're with me
Fell in love with your ways

I know you are going away
Leads my heart into a daze
I know you are going away
Leaves a void in my heart and soul

I know you are going away
I take my love into another day
In my thoughts, you're with me
Fell in love with your ways

I know you are going away
Leads my heart into a daze
I know you are going away
Leaves a void in my heart and soul

Wherever you are, whatever you do
I feel the walls surrounding you
Wherever you are, whatever you do
I know you're independent
But I'm trying to get through to you

Wherever you are, wherever you are
Don't you know, it all depends on you
Ooh, you, you

I know you are going away
Lead my heart into a daze
I know you are going away
Leave a void in my heart and soul



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Another Day Lyrics as written by Sharon J. Den Adel Robert Westerholt

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    To me its about a girl who loves a guy and he doesnt know and he is going away like he might me moving away or leaving school and she is saying that she still loves him and she still wants to get through to him. Fab song!

    dark_n_depressedon January 04, 2006   Link
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    General Comment

    Seems to me, her love is leaving her, perhaps to take care of unfinished and important business and she waits for him. Though she knows he's, "Independant" and probably won't return. Therefor their relationship depends on him to return.

    I love the melody. It's so enchanting!

    Eternaldreamspaceon March 21, 2009   Link
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    the song remindes me of a girl in love with a guy and hes going to war and she feels like he wont ever come back to her

    Annalyne17on July 08, 2010   Link

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