Give Me a Sign

Album: Dear Agony (2009)
Charted: 97
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  • Dead star shine
    Light up the sky
    I'm all out of breath
    My walls are closing in
    Days go by
    Give me a sign
    Come back to the end
    The shepherd of the damned

    I can feel you falling away

    No longer the lost
    No longer the same
    And I can see you starting to break
    I'll keep you alive
    If you show me the way
    Forever, and ever
    The scars will remain
    I'm falling apart
    Leave me here forever in the dark

    Daylight dies
    Blackout the sky
    Does anyone care?
    Is anybody there?
    Take this life
    Empty inside
    I'm already dead
    I'll rise to fall again

    I can feel you falling away

    No longer the lost
    No longer the same
    And I can see you starting to break
    I'll keep you alive
    If you show me the way
    Forever, and ever
    The scars will remain
    I'm falling apart
    Leave me here forever in the dark

    God help me, I've come undone
    Out of the light of the sun
    God help me, I've come undone
    Out of the light of the sun

    I can feel you falling away

    No longer the lost
    No longer the same
    And I can see you starting to break
    I'll keep you alive
    If you show me the way
    Forever, and ever
    The scars will remain

    Give me a sign
    There's something buried in the words
    Give me a sign
    Your tears are adding to the flood
    Just give me a sign
    There's something buried in the words
    Give me a sign
    Your tears are adding to the flood
    Just give me a sign
    There's something buried in the words
    Give me a sign
    Your tears are adding to the flood

    Forever, and ever
    The scars will remain Writer/s: Benjamin Burnley
    Publisher: Walt Disney Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Violet from Orlando, FlWhen I first heard this song I had to cry. When it says "Does anyone care? Is anybody there?", it still makes me tear up. I feel so alone all the time because it is hard to find a person that knows and wants to be different, and people are scared of what they don't know.
  • Charlie from Las Vegas, Nvwhenever i hear this song it makes me think of my best friend, and how he and i would feel if one of us died.
  • Mick from Los Angeles, CaAmazing song with a great theme, i don't know what else to say about it
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