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Old 07-30-2005, 06:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question please tell me what ya think?

ok here's another one. it's called Cries and Whispers. it's based on a true experience. all comments appreciated!

Cries and Whispers

Hope and desire are all we need
even when things are not what they seem
Hopes and fears are all we ever see
We made a contract in a field of snow

A single release now, and he's saying
Out of the woods and trees, across the rain
From out of the nighttime, somebody screams
He's on his way somewhere, like he's been nowhere
I don't know, nobody knows
I don’t know, nobody knows

Small girl is lost here on a frozen floor
what do they want with her?
What do they want with her?
I don't know, nobody knows
I don’t know, nobody knows
nobody even tries to find out what they want to know

Somewhere out there, is a man
He walks along a road in the purring rain
He wants to find out what they know
About his little girl
He wants to know, but nobody knows
He wants to know, but nobody knows

He thinks about when she was born
She was the most beautiful thing in the world
She had bright blue eyes and brown golden hair
He never wanted to leave at all
But then the call came and he had to go

Now he searches for his little girl
He wants to know how she’s grown up
He wants to meet and greet his little girl
Even though some things have changed
He wants to know, but nobody knows
He wants to know, but nobody knows

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