Lyrics: A Little Mind Working

A Little Mind Working (written by Benjamin Orr and John Kalishes ©1993)

 

I heard you screaming deep in my dreams

No sense in sleeping, max my machine again, my friend

I heard you breathing, I know it was you

Such heavy breathing left me speechless too, my friend

 

I know you’re watching and hiding from view

I feel your frustration and I’m walking new

I feel your frustration, I’m watching you, yeah

 

I heard it’s healing, an eye for an eye

Do me I’ll do you, out from the side again, my friend

 

I heard you crying alone in the dark

A little mind working, a big broken heart

And I know you’re watching, I’m watching you, yeah

 

I know you’re watching… I’m watching you

 

I heard you screaming deep in my dreams

No sense in sleeping, max my machine again, my friend

I heard you breathing, I know it was you

Such heavy breathing left me speechless too, my friend

 

And I heard you crying alone in the dark,

A little mind working, a big broken heart

And I know you’re watching, I’m watching you

 

I know you’re out there and hiding from view

I feel your frustration and I’m out here too

I feel your frustration, I’m watching you, yeah

I’m watching you

You know I’m watching, too, yeah

9 thoughts on “Lyrics: A Little Mind Working

  1. Wow. disturbing lyrics.
    Good song.
    I really enjoyed what Benjamin wrote with John.
    sorry, I’ve been absent, D.
    Been spending time on youtube, listening to The Cars and Ben.
    You’ve really got this blog rolling and it is terrific.
    thanks for all your hard work and dedication.
    It does not go unnoticed.

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  2. This song is a major favorite if mine and I really hope someday there could be an official release of the material John and Benjamin worked on. It was and still is going to be a brilliant album.
    Both would look down and appreciate it I think.
    B. B.

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