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Please don't put it into words,
'cause I fear what you're thinking.
...It's gonna make it hurt.
You better not try to make me.
Believe in someone new.

Faithless, on my way.
Defenceless, from my heart, won't you be.
Heartless, here with me.
Breathless, from this night's misery.
This night will start the exile... run...

Now you tell me what it was worth.
Was it meant to be broken.
The circle that wouldn't shed a single tear.
And now you wanna redirect me from the face of the earth.
Not willing to share your time.
Not near, not far.
I'm just a spectator, once loved.
Just fear, just scars.
A sheer introduction to what I've lost, to what I've lost...

Faithless, on my way.
Defenceless, from my heart, won't you be.
Heartless, here with me.
Breathless, from this night's misery, from this night's misery...
One more endless night...
To notice all the things I have to be.

Faithless, on my way.
Won't forget, from my heart, won't you be.
Heartless, here with me.
Breathless, from this night's misery.
This night will start the exile... run...



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