I carried you so close to my chest, I could almost feel the moisture on your breath When you asked me to sing you
A beautiful song Before you were gone. God, I hope I'm wrong. It was a bloody hallelujah. Oh Hallelujah, Before I lose you to myself.
Then your eyes, they rolled back into the back of your head, And the whites that remained stared at me in a manner oh so sad. My right hand was tangled all up in your hair, And it was such a lovely sight as my gaze caught that stare.
As your stare turned into a gaze, What a bloody mess we've made. It was a bloody hallelujah. Oh Hallelujah, Before I lose you to myself.
The great white lights that took you Home Left me here to wander this Earth all alone.
So I sang you a song Before you were gone. God, I thought I was wrong. It was a beautiful hallelujah. Oh, how I Loved you, Yet still I lost you to myself.