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Through the Night

by Queen

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Tell me something that'll ease my pain I am living life in vain Crying doesn't help me anymore Tell me something that'll ease my mind I am walking the line Trying doesn't get me anywhere I wander through the night All the stars are shining bright Searching for a guiding light I wander through the night Tell me something 'cause I need to know Can you teach me how to live How to understand, how to love and how to give? Anger burns in bitterness and fills me up inside Can't face it and there's no place I can hide I wander through the night All the stars are shining bright Searching for a guiding light I wander through the night Tell me something 'cause I need to know Can you teach me how to live How to understand, how to love and how to give? Anger burns in bitterness and fills me up inside Without your love, there's nowhere I can hide I wander through the night All the stars are shining bright Searching for a guiding light I wander through the night

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