Daniel
On the corner of the boulevard sits a young man who stares into space from the crack of dawn, till sight of the silver evening stars.
From my window I can see a guard walk up to him and point, to a place pass the distant lawns surrounded by a big grey wall.

I know why you do this to yourself, Daniel
I know why you sit and you gaze into the clouds, Daniel
You caught me as I was cycling by Daniel; you've got me with tears in my eyes, tears in my eyes.

I run outside with my new guitar, stand next to him and sing Amazing Grace will you have a hearth, shine light n this lad whose life is hard.

I know why you do this to yourself, Daniel
I know why you sit and you gaze into the clouds, Daniel
You caught me as I was cycling by Daniel; you've got me with tears in my eyes, tears in my eyes.

The streets are empty; I havenít seen him in a week. Daniel where are you?
I call your name on the promenade, nobody knows who you are, Daniel, Daniel did it get too much for you?

Does it get, does it get too much? Does it get, does it get too much life?

You caught me as I was cycling by Daniel; you've got me with tears in my eyes, tears in my eyes.
Oh, Daniel, you've got me, with tears in my eyes. Daniel youíve got me looking for you everywhere, with tears in my eyes, tears in my eyes.