Broken

Album: Delta Machine (2013)
  • If you want control without any pain
    How long will you suffer?
    How long will you wait?
    Is she the friend that I knew?
    He cannot be banned
    Replaced by another
    Wearing his crown

    There's a place where I go
    Without any sand
    Only you can reach me
    Only you're allowed
    And you're so far away
    You're so far from here
    Do you remember
    Our time without tears?

    When you're falling
    I will catch you
    You don't have to fall that far
    You can make it
    I will be there
    You were broken for the start

    And you were a child
    You dream all day long
    You dream of the future
    Get lost in your sounds
    Now that time is gone
    It's lost for you now
    Words long forgotten
    Forgotten somehow

    When you're falling
    I will catch you
    You don't have to fall that far
    You can make it
    I will be there
    You were broken for the start

    When you're falling
    I will catch you
    You don't have to fall that far
    You can make it
    I will be there
    You were broken for the start Writer/s: DAVID GAHAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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