A World Without

Album: Queensrÿche (2013)
  • Voices whisper in the night
    Do you hear them calling me
    Reflecting faces in the light
    What is real and what is fantasy

    Nowhere to be found, I can't breathe again
    A mother, my lover, my best friend, my best friend
    My baby's staring back at me, and now a broken family
    Your name now etched in stone, no place to call my home

    Your heart is the amber I see in my drag
    The smoke your spirit rising I breathe your love
    The tickle in my throat, your way of reaching out
    Perhaps the creaking of my door
    The moonlight glistening the shore

    Nowhere to be found, I can't breathe again
    A mother, my lover, my best friend, my best friend.
    My baby's staring back at me, and now a broken family
    Your name now etched in stone, no place to call my home

    Nowhere to be found, (I'm looking down on you)
    I can't breathe again (or are you looking down on me)
    A mother, my lover, my best friend, my best friend.
    (are you looking down on me, I really need to know)

    My baby's staring back at me, and now a broken family
    Your name now etched in stone, no place to call my home Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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