A Handful of Darkness (Alphaville)

Take a look at that child - living in a zone of war It could be yours or mine but not for very long For now it's judgement's day, tonite it will be killed But maybe in your dreams it comes around again To tell you lovely things about a paradise Where everything is clean and everybody's nice And everything is love and everything is light Where Mom and Papa wait to kiss you good night Oh mighty Jesus, where is the sky? Where is that great wide open Where I used to fly? Where went my strength and anger Who takes the blame? Are we just lost in life - without an aim? Oh mother Mary, where have we gone? So far away from you and from the sun I send you all my love In a handful of darkness, darkness, darkness, darkness... And all the things you've done And all the things you've seen And all the books you've read Are spinning in your head And every time you leave and every time you stay You'll always turn around and think about the day There's not much we can do There's not much we could say It's all about the things we do from day to day And all the things we've done And all the things we've seen And all the books we've read Stay somewhere in our heads Oh mighty Jesus, where is the sky? Where is that great wide open Where I used to fly? Where went my pride and courage Who takes the blame? Are we just lost in hate - without an aim? Oh mother Mary, where have I gone? So far away from home and from the sun I send you all my hopes In a handful of darkness (Oh mighty Jesus, where is the sky? Where is that great wide open Where I used to fly? Where went my strength and anger Who takes the blame? Are we just lost in life - without an aim? Oh mighty Jesus, where is the sky? Where is that great wide open Where I used to fly? Where went my strength and anger Who takes the blame? Are we just lost in life - without an aim?) Oh mother Mary, where have we gone? So far away from you and from the sun I send you all my love In a handful of darkness I send you all my love In a handful of darkness