Live - I Alone



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Music video by Live performing I Alone. (C) 1994 Radioactive Records J.V.

Canal: Music
Subido: 17/06/09 a las 6:10 am
Autor: LiveVEVO

Duración: 03:55
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andi smith (el 28/09/14 a las 5:58 am)
Check out this video on YouTube: I wonder what happened to these guys 💛💛💛💛
Cesar M (el 19/09/14 a las 5:00 am)
Matthew H (el 18/07/14 a las 8:20 am)
+Jess H #lovesongsforjess 
Johnny Poole (el 16/09/14 a las 1:09 am)
Live - I Alone: Does anyone remember this band
dannyinaus (el 19/08/14 a las 5:30 am)
wow this guy reminds me so much of Maynard from Tool. I know Live came first, so I wonder if Tool got a little inspiration from there guys? Both are awesome bands, so I guess it don;t matter
Alvin Caples (el 20/10/14 a las 8:13 am)
Shayne Fraser (el 17/07/14 a las 5:21 pm)
Silvia Lac (el 19/08/14 a las 5:53 am)
It's easier not to be wise and measure these things by your brains. I sank into Eden with you, alone in the church, by and by. I'll read to you here, save your eyes. You'll need them, your boat is at sea. Your anchor is up, you've been swept away and the greatest of teachers won't hesitate to leave you there, by yourself, chained to fate. I alone love you. I alone tempt you. I alone love you. Fear is not the end of this! It's easier not to be great and measure these things by your eyes. We long to be here by his resolve. Alone in the church by and by, to cradle the baby in space and leave you there by yourself chained to fate. Oh, now, we took it back too far, only love can save us now, all these riddles that you burn. All come runnin' back to you. All these rhythms that you hide only love can save us now. All these riddles that you burn yeah, yeah, yeah. 
TIMETOBELIEVE (el 12/10/14 a las 7:01 am)
Generation X was by far the best!
worldraven (el 07/04/14 a las 11:13 pm)
LOL, I can't stand the way stupid libtards sing.

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