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The rhythm for the song is kinda weird. The commas mean a pause in the rhythm, but that's about all the help I can give the reader other than the line breaks. It's pretty slow, characterized by a bass line with a little guitar reinforcement and synth all the way through.

First 2 verses and chorus keep the same structure. But the bridge part changes it's beat a little.

I might link a GP4/5 thread that I'm planning to make on this song.
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[Verse I]
Would it be, too much to brush the hair from your eyes?
Or put your head next to mine?
Could we not, just lie here and forget the time?
Or have those days gone and dried?
Tell me, has the bathtub over flown?
Has the cigarette run out of fire?
Has the sour apple, become rotten?

[Chorus]
Could it be the light has left your eyes?
Maybe the light has left mine.
Could it be the warmth has toppled?
Maybe my own heart has fallen.

[Verse II]
Sympathize, for our own personal vices
Or disregard it entirely
Realize, we're still not keeping the silence
And keeping away the malice
Tell me, has the last page been written?
Has the last glass been broken?
Where is our last memory together?
We once were in love
Did we let it go?

[Chorus]
Could it be the light has left your eyes?
Maybe the light has left mine.
Could it be the warmth has toppled?
Maybe my own heart has fallen.

[Bridge]
Could we hide?
Could we die?
Could we fly away?
Could we hide?
Could we die?
Could we fly away?

[Guitar Solo]

Let me cry.
Let me cry.
Let me die.

Could we hide?
Could we hide?
Could we hide away for good?

[Chorus]
Could it be the light has left your eyes?
Maybe the light has left mine.
Could it be the warmth has toppled?
Maybe my own heart has fallen.

Could it be the light has left your eyes?
Maybe the light has left mine.
Could it be the warmth has toppled?
Maybe my own heart has fallen.

[Out Chorus]
Could the fight be over?
Maybe the light got colder.
Could the light get closer?
Maybe the warmth is over.


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Epiphone SG-400
Marshall 1987 JCM-800 2210 100W

Proud Member of:
The SG Owners Unite
Marshall Amplification
EHX Users Guild

The True Eccentric Tea Drinking Appreciation Preservation Society