I wake up in the night I feel loneliness inside I go down to the sea And I wait for you to come I lay down in the grass And I dream myself away I can’t wait anymore Please come and set me free
Take me away Bring me a dream I will leave reality I’ll be with you Close to the edge Of my strangest fantasies I’m feeling free I touch the light On my never ending fall I have no fear ‘Cause you wait for me On the edge of my darkest nights
Father did you miss me? Don’t ask me where I’ve been. You know I know, Yes, I’ve been told I redefine a sin. I don’t know what’s driving me to put this in my head. Maybe I wish I could die, maybe I am dead! And he said
Please forgive me father, I didn’t mean to bother you. The devil’s in me father. He’s inside of everything I do.
Take all my vicious words And turn them into something good Take all my preconceptions And let the truth be understood Take all my prized possessions Leave only what I need Take all my pieces of doubt And let me be what’s underneath
Sometimes it’s all too much; sometimes its not enough. But happy or sad I am learning to be complete and content. This unquenchable longing to experience more and feel everything is no longer an ache in my chest. Its a precipice inside of me, an abyss of opportunity. I know now that I was not before I ever was, and some day I will be no more. I was once dinosaur bones and tree roots. Someday long after my ashes dust the ocean floor, and maybe even long after the earth decays to black holes and comets, I will be stardust. A constant kaleidoscope of beautiful matter, memories and moments. When all of these earthly problems solve themselves and lay to rest, I will return to from where I came, and that gives peace to the storms under my skin. We are all a wonderful, unlikely mixture of what has always been.