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I've been here before
Trembling at the sound of your voice
And it's oh so familiar...
Wait! I can't see straight
And I barely hear your words
You're in there somewhere!

My lips have kissed upon their own demise.
My only wish is to be beautiful like you.
Oh, Judas, I've wept for you...
I have seen the world through bright blue eyes
Were yours like mine?

I've been searching for...
(What have I been searching for?)
Something I can taste
(What have I been searching for?)
Since the day I was born,
I've held on to my mistakes...

What have I been searching for?
What have I been searching for?

I can't keep my eyes from closing
Or have they been closed all along?
And I can't seem to pry them open
When I can see... are you standing there?

(Are you standing there?)

Today we are born!

I've been searching for...
(What have I been searching for?)
Something I can taste
(What have I been searching for?)
Since the day I was born,
I've held on to my mistakes...

I've been here before
Trembling at the sound of your voice
And it's oh so familiar...
Wait! I can't see straight
And I barely hear your words
You're in there somewhere!



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