Tell Me

Album: Music from Another Dimension! (2012)
  • I think it's time to realize it's done
    I guess I have to accept it
    I was never the one
    Yeaaah, it was so good
    I thought I fell into someone else's dream
    Yeah, but I let it be my, thought to let be yours
    Now nothing's ever what it seems
    I thought I felt it all around
    But now it's laying there on the ground
    Why was it there for me, but not for you?
    Tell me, tell me,
    It comes as bliss of love, now I'm sitting here
    And you're so far gone

    I'm staring down the page in a magazine
    I looked up at the tv, but it's just too discrete
    When we're together, I thought it was ecstasy
    Oh I can tell the sun's still shining
    But shadows are all I can see
    And everywhere I go, I'll never see your face I know
    What could I say, that could make you come back this way
    Tell me, tell me,
    It comes as bliss of love, now I'm sitting here
    And you're so far gone

    Now I know I should have known
    And I see I could have seen
    You gotta rest your soul
    I need to know, I want to find out
    If your fields are still green, whoaaa

    Now I hope that what I have found
    Could somehow be true
    Why is it such a long long way and you
    Tell me, tell me
    It comes as bliss of love, now I'm sitting here
    And you're so far gone Writer/s: TOM HAMILTON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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