Song lyrics to ‘Better than Drugs’ by Skillet, from their album ‘Comatose’

Falling Inside The Black – lyrics – Skillet

Song lyrics to Falling Inside the Black by Skillet, from their album ‘Comatose’

Tonight I’m so alone
This sorrow takes ahold
Don’t leave me here so cold
(Never want to be so cold)

Your touch used to be so kind
Your touch used to give me life
I’ve waited all this time, I’ve wasted so much time

Don’t leave me alone
Cause I barely see at all
Don’t leave me alone, I’m

Falling in the black
Slipping through the cracks
Falling to the depths can I ever go back
Dreaming of the way it used to be
Can you hear me
Falling in the black
Slipping through the cracks
Falling to the depths can I ever go back
Falling inside the black
Falling inside falling inside the black

You were my source of strength
I’ve traded everything
That I love for this one thing
(Stranded in the offering)

Don’t leave me here like this
Can’t hear me scream from the abyss
And now I wish for you, my desire

Don’t leave me alone
Cause I barely see at all
Don’t leave me alone, I’m

Falling in the black
Slipping through the cracks
Falling to the depths can I ever go back
Dreaming of the way it used to be
Can you hear me
Falling in the black
Slipping through the cracks
Falling to the depths can I ever go back
Falling inside the black
Falling inside falling inside the black
Black, black, black

Falling in the black…
Slipping through the cracks…

Falling in the black
Slipping through the cracks
Falling to the depths can I ever go back
Dreaming of the way it used to be
Can you hear me
Falling in the black
Slipping through the cracks
Falling to the depths can I ever go back
Falling inside the black
Can you hear me?
Falling inside the black
Can you hear me?
Falling inside the black
Can you hear me?
Falling inside
Falling inside, falling inside the black

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