Album: Out Of Ashes (2009)
  • No need to hear your voice
    Or see your face
    To know that you are with me
    No need to kiss your lips
    Or hold your hand
    To know that you can feel me
    I know that you can feel me

    When I look to the stars
    I know just where you are
    You're looking down upon me
    (You're looking down upon me)
    When I look to the stars
    I know just where you are
    You're looking down upon me
    (You're looking down upon me)

    No need to get locked up
    Inside the past
    I know that isn't changing
    No need to let you go
    Or say goodbye
    I know that you'll be waiting
    Know that you'll be waiting

    When I look to the stars
    I know just where you are
    You're looking down upon me
    (You're looking down upon me)
    When I look to the stars
    I know just where you are
    You're looking down upon me
    (You're looking down upon me)

    On the other side!

    On the other side!

    I've got to
    Find a way
    To keep my pain from burning
    Down to the bone
    I've got to
    Find a way!
    To keep my pain from burning!
    Down to the bone!
    Down to the bone!

    When I look to the stars
    I know just where you are
    You're looking down upon me
    (You're looking down upon me)
    When I look to the stars
    I know just where you are
    You're looking down upon me
    (You're looking down upon me)Writer/s: CHESTER CHARLES BENNINGTON, AMIR DAVIDSON, RYAN CHRISTOPHER SHUCK, ANTHONY VALCIC
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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Comments: 2

  • Paul from Lagos, Nigeriathis is a very lyrical song,it make us feel d connection to those we love & to those lookin' for dat special 1
  • Dar from Mansfield, TxThis song has a lot of meaning if you listen close enough. It makes me feel like your finding yourself or a image of someone that you love and you are thinking about them. This is a great song! KEEP ROCKIN' DEAD BY SUNRISE
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