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The Lyndsay Diaries – Whispers Of A Long Goodnight lyrics

Looking down from up here.
It looks like a thousand of the blackest graves.
I haven't ever been so overcome with tears.
That I collapsed to my knees outside your room.
Your hospital room.
And the flashbacks of what I remember play over and over.
Like a never ending horror.

A flash and I see you laying in the snow.
And I still don't even know who I am.
I can't seem to gain control of my own mind.
Someone else has taken over and I can't seem to come to my senses.

What happened back there?
What happened back there
That had us staring into the eyes of death?

This is all a black hole in my mind.
And all I know is that I keep thinking about it.
And I keep on crying, I just keep on crying.

What happened back there?
That had us staring into the eyes of death?

Remember all those games in kindergarten.
Please don't forget all those memories that we've shared.
And Casey please don't leave me here all by myself.

What happened back there?
What happened back there
That had us staring into the eyes of death.
The eyes of death.



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