Miserere

Miserere

John Miles

Miserere, miserere,
miserere, miserable me,
but I toast life!

But what a mystery my life is,
what a mystery!
I am a sinner from the year
eighty thousand,
a liar!
But where am I and what am I doing,
how do I live?
I live in the soul of the world
lost in the depths of life!

Miserere, miserable me,
but I toast life!

I am the saint who betrayed you
when you were alone.
I live elsewhere and observe the world
from the sky
and I see the sea and the forests,
I see myself…
I live in the soul of the world
lost in the depths of life!

Miserere, miserable me,
but I toast life!

If there is a night dark enough
to hide me, hide me,
if there is a light, a hope,
magnificent sun that shines inside me,
give me the joy to live
that is not yet there.
Miserere, miserere,
that joy to live
that perhaps
is not yet there.

Written by FORNACIARI, ADELMO / HEWSON, PAUL DAVID
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group, EMI Music Publishing

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