The Messenger

Album: A Thousand Suns (2010)
  • When you feel you're alone
    Cut off from this cruel world
    Your instincts telling you to run

    Listen to your heart
    Those angel voices
    They'll see you to you
    They'll be your guide
    Back home where life leaves us blind
    Love keeps us kind
    It keeps us kind

    When you suffered it all
    And your spirit is breaking
    You're growing desperate from the fight
    Remember your love
    And you always will be
    This melody will always bring
    You right back home

    When life leaves us blind
    Love, keeps us kind
    When life leaves us blind
    Love keeps us kind

    Oh oh
    Oh oh
    Oh oh Writer/s: BRAD DELSON, CHESTER CHARLES BENNINGTON, DAVE FARRELL, JOSEPH HAHN, MIKE SHINODA, ROBERT G. BOURDON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjI think you mean "A Thousand Suns". "Waiting For The Sun" is the name of a Doors album!
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