IN MY DYING BREATH

In my dying breath, what will I say?
Who will I see, where will you be?

In my dying breath
Will I be alone
Forgotten and rejected
As the man of a shattered home

I caught something without an open hand
Must have been in the air on the eve before morning
It took my breath from within, no longer can I stand
Promise me you’ll stay before mourning

In my dying breath, what will I say?
Who will I see, where will you be?

In my dying breath
Will I be alone
Forgotten and rejected
As the man of a shattered home

Will there be a rosebud on the ashes of my evening
Or will there be silence as I’m slowly leaving
Will I have lived a life abandoned by meaning
Or will I sleep, blind to my believing

What if you’re not there
What if I’ve already said goodbye to you
What if you’re not there for me
Who will I have to say goodbye to

Am I going to be alone
Am I headed home without the soul of my own
Am I going to be alone
Is this what I get for loving no soul but my own

In my dying breath, what will I say?
Who will I see, where will you be?

In my dying breath
Will I be alone
Forgotten and rejected
As the man of a shattered home

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