Empathy in lyrics #1

A while back on Facebook, I began posting a series called “Empathy In Lyrics”, which basically reproduced lyrics that struck a chord with me in some way. I didn’t need to explain why, it was just something inside me that said: “Yep, I hear that sentiment. I feel it.”

So anyway, I recently decided that I shouldn’t waste them on Facebook because essentially Facebook is a bit crap, and I have a blog here that is always crying out for content, so I’m now going to post the series here. Luckily, I hadn’t got far – only two posts – so here is number one, as well as the tune itself at the end so you can enjoy it, too.

Feeling A Moment – Feeder
Feeling the moment the slip away
Losing direction you’re losing faith
You’re wishing for someone
Feeling it all begin to slide
Am I just like you
All the things you do – can’t help myself

How do you feel when there’s no sun?
How do you feel when rain drops come pouring down again?
How do you feel when there’s no one?
Am I just like you?

Turning to face what you’ve become
Bury the ashes of someone
Broken by the strain
Trying to fill that space inside
Am I just like you
All the things you do – can’t help myself

How do you feel when there’s no sun?
How do you feel when rain drops come pouring down again?
How do you feel when there’s no one?
Am I just like you?
All the things you do

Don’t ever feel that you’re alone
I’ll never let you down
I’ll never leave you dry
Don’t fall apart
Don’t let it go
Carry the motion
Carry the motion back to me

Feeling the moment the slip away
Feeling the moment the slip away

Am I just like you?

How do you feel when there’s no sun?
How do you feel when rain drops come pouring down again?
How do you feel when there’s no one?
Am I just like you?

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