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Published on Jan 30, 2009
A song written by Peter Hammill Song: My Room (Waiting For Wonderland) Artist: Van Der Graaf Generator Album: Still Life Year: 1976 Genre: Progressive Rock
Searching for diamonds in a sulphur mine, leaning on props that are rotten, hoping for anything, looking for a sign that I am not forgotten. Lost in a labyrinth of future mystery, tracing my steps, all mistaken, trusting to everything, praying it can be that I am not forsaken.
I wait by the door, wondering when you will come and keep me warm. I pray for the end of the night, hoping the light will still the storm which presently betrays me; helpless sea-monster stranded on the shore, marooned in an ecstasy of waiting, I yearn, although knowing that I shall dive no more in the tide already racing.
My lungs burst to cry: "Finally how could you leave me here to die? I freeze in the chill of this place with no friendly face to smile goodbye- how could you let it happen?"
How could you let it happen? Dreams, hopes and promises, fragments out of time, all of these things have been spoken; still you don't understand how it feels when I'm waiting for them to be broken.