End Credits

Album: Harry Brown soundtrack (2009)
Charted: 9
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  • When the blood dries in my veins
    And my, heart feels no more pain
    I know, I'll be on my way
    To heaven's door

    I know when I knock
    I'll be hoping I don't drop
    To a place where I will rise, like before

    I know when I knock
    I'll be hoping I don't drop
    To a place where I will rise, like before

    I can feel,
    Something happening that I've never felt before
    Hopeless dreaming,
    Will start dragging me away from heavens door

    I can feel,
    Something happening that I've never felt before
    Hopeless dreaming,
    Will start dragging me away from heavens door

    When my mind stops thinking
    And my eyes stop blinking
    I hope,
    Somebody's there

    When my heart stops beating
    And my lungs stop breathing
    In air,
    I hope somebody cares

    When the blood dries in my veins
    And my, heart feels no more pain
    I know, I'll be on my way
    To heaven's door

    I know when I knock
    I'll be hoping I don't drop
    To a place where I will rise, like before

    I know when I knock
    I'll be hoping I don't drop
    To a place where I will rise, like before

    I can feel,
    Something happening that I've never felt before
    Hopeless dreaming,
    Will start dragging me away from heavens door

    When my mind stops thinking
    And my eyes stop blinking
    I hope,
    Somebody's there

    When my heart stops beating
    And my lungs stop breathing
    In air,
    I hope somebody cares

    When my mind stops thinking
    And my eyes stop blinking
    I know,
    At the endWriter/s: BENJAMIN PAUL BALLANCE-DREW, SAUL GREGORY MILTON, WILLIAM FREDERICK KENNARD
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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