Do you feel that in the air tonight?
The smell of the night brings my soul to life.
Shading my parched soul from the draining light.
Reviving me in the darkness; the causes of others fright.
Come, look up at the sky!
The first star to breach the eventide.
The tranquility I find in this time, others deny.
Their opinions matter not to me, since you understand why.
Come fearful one,
And dance with me
In the pouring rain.
There is no reason
To be so shy
Or filled with shame.
All you have to do
Is stare deep into my eyes;
Listen to me softly calling your name.
Oh ye of little faith,
Put your faith in these all-mighty arms
That even the strongest waves,
I can immediately calm!
Oh, why is my heart this way?
The balance of love
If only my heart could decide
With the decisions
Unfortunately my heart cannot
My turbulent feelings
Can you tell how happy I am after all this time?
I am joyous over the clarifications of our past.
But now I’m certain of our own demise;
Cause this relationship will bring that to pass.
You string so much hope and trust onto me,
Things that I am unable to to provide.
I don’t want to mislead: cut yourself free,
And once more into darkness will I hide.
Then again, I don’t want to be left behind
Oh, lonely bitter cold darkness I reject
Let me be in the warmth of the sun by your side
I am torn between my feelings of accept or neglect
If I am the most realistic person that you’ve met,
Then you must be the most delusional one I’ve.
The dreams you show me tempt me away from reality;
A dangerous fantasy envelops around my enclosed mind.
Don’t tempt my water-bound soul from it’s earthy way
A turtle may dream, but is never meant to fly with the eagles.
I don’t want to dream; don’t want to see; this beautiful disaster coaxing me.
If this is what you truly think I need; I’m now convinced you are truly evil.
What keeps you there, staying with that man
When all he is, is abusive and inhuman?
Everyday he stabs with words meant to tear right through ya.
Haven’t you learned from your mother before
Those wretched cries and the broken door
Couldn’t you see the broken hallelujah?
So yeah you say you’re in love with him
When even you know when he says he’s at the gym
That what he says is untrue; he’s just lyin’ to ya.
Get up and leave; what’s wrong with you?
Don’t you remember the abuse from your father too?
Leave before he destroys your hallelujah!