Arriving Somewhere but Not Here

  • Never stop the car on a drive in the dark
    Never look for the truth in your mother's eyes
    Never trust the sound of rain upon a river rushing
    Through your ears

    Arriving somewhere but not here

    Could you imagine the final sound as a gun
    Or the smashing windscreen of a car?
    Did you ever imagine the last thing you'd hear as you're fading out
    Was a song?

    Arriving somewhere but not here


    All my designs, simplified
    And all of my plans, compromised
    And all of my dreams, sacrificed

    Ever had the feeling you've been here before?
    Drinking down the poison the way you were taught
    Ever thought from here on in your life begins
    And all you knew was wrong?

    Arriving somewhere but not here

    All my designs, simplified
    And all of my plans, compromised
    And all of my dreams...

    Did you see the redness block your part?
    Did the scissors cut a way to your heart?
    Did you feel the end before the suns of mothers
    Tearing you apart?

    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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  • Snake Plissken from South Of HeavenIf you seen this performed live you are truly blessed!
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