Andrew Pronin

Andrew Pronin

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Pop - Rock | Moscow, Central Federal District, Russian Federation
Total Song Plays: 183   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Lyrics

1. Empty bed in my room
Can't believe that it's true.
My hope is buried in picture frames...
There's no way to retrieve
What is lost in the grief,
All that I have now is single aim -

How can I learn to kill the pain
Raging within?
Where can I find enough restraint
To struggle and win?

Chorus: Why am I crying?
I know, your heart will always guide me from
up high...
Oh, baby, tell me why!
Why am I lying?
You're gone, but our son's still calling you to
come,
Won't have another mom...

2. I remember the day
When your soul stepped away...
Last tender sigh - like a thunderpeal...
Heavens cry with the rain,
I got nothing but pray -
Begging for answer, I madly kneel...

How can I learn to kill the pain
Raging within?
Where can I find enough restraint
To struggle and win?

Chorus: Why am I crying?
I know, your heart will always guide me from up
high...
Oh, baby, tell me why!
Why am I lying?
You're gone, but our son's still calling you to
come,
Won't have another mom...

Song Length
3:42
Genres
Unique - Soundtracks, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Alex Lukyanov
Music Credits Andrew Pronin
Producer Credits Helen Zakharyonok