"Excuse me, I'm lost" "Who are you? Why would you come to me?"
Here we are ("up here at night") (yeah!) I'm tied down In the dark in my mind Baby, come on, come on And I know Girl I know you want To trust you And going and going The night you feel alive The night you feel alive for me ("come down to us")
"don't be afraid to step into the unknown" "become one" "don't, don't, don't be afraid" Stars, down Come on, the stars, down to us, in the dark, in my mind! "This is the moment when you see who you are!" Baby, come on! come on! Stars, dark, down, in my mind, in my mind, yeah! "let yourself go, don't be afraid" To trust in you and Going
"go" "Love me" You are a star to me Angel You are the world to me You send a good a star Look for assure you Unlock the love Key and lock Want the love "sorry I ran away" Just to be me You
You are a star There's no one like you, angel
Saw myself crying And I feel hunger or I feel sick of Somewhere with love, somewhere "what you should never do is give up."
"you love me?" I am down... to me "you are not alone."
"There's something out there!" There's something in all of us
"Without examples, without models I began to believe voices in my head, That I am a freak, that I am broken, That there is something wrong with me, That I will never lovable. Years later, I find the courage to admit that I am transgender, And that does not mean that I am unlovable. This world that we imagine in this room Might be used to gain access to other rooms, Other worlds, previously unimaginable."
"Who are you? Why would you come to me?"
Writer/s: William Bevan
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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