Album: Master of Reality (1971)
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  • My name, it means nothing
    My fortune is less
    My future is shrouded in dark wilderness
    Sunshine is far away, clouds linger on
    Everything I possessed, now they are gone
    They are gone, they are gone

    Oh, where can I go to and what can I do?
    Nothing can please me, only thoughts are of you
    You just laughed when I begged you to stay
    I've not stopped cryin' since you went away
    You went away, you went away

    The world is a lonely place, you're on your own
    Guess I will go home, sit down, and moan
    Cryin' and thinkin' is all that I do
    Memories I have remind me of you
    Of you, of you Writer/s: John Osbourne, Terence Butler, Tony Iommi, W T Ward
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  • Luna Loud from Royal Woods, MichiganDamn, this song is so beautiful and sad. I love it when Sabbath does ballads. When I was not too much younger (I'm only 16), I would put headphones on and listen to songs like this and "Changes" and just chill and think about life. My short, short life.

    By the way, about "Changes", why isn't it on this site? It's way more renowned than this song (even though this song is just as good). I know a lot of facts about that song, I can help you guys with contributing them if that's okay, but I don't know how to post songs/facts on this site.
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