#03401
Too Far Gone (Russell Crowe, Alan Doyle) video
#2145 YouTube video by BetweenTheRock
©2012 ~ Used with permission ~

I am drowning, not waving,
Here in the darkness I'll find my peace;
You try to save me but you are suspended,
Beneath the surface, in way too deep.

Now fingers tear at my skin,
Release the blood, let the feeding begin;
Your intentions will never be blamed,
We're both too far gone to be saved.

When times were simple, the journey clearer,
Before all the circles and deja vu;
Before all the bombs fell, we lived in craters,
Before all the sharks came and had their fill.

Your fingers tear at my skin,
Release the blood, let the feeding begin;
Your intentions will never be blamed,
We're both too far gone to be saved.
We're both too far gone to be saved.

I should have spared you,
and you might have warned me,
The glory is fleeting for birds in flight;
Now I am sinking, weighed down by regrets,
I see clearly in this dying light.

I am drowning, not waving,
Will you just love me, it's not too late;
Here in the darkness no one can judge us,
Kiss me completely and seal our fate.

Your fingers tear at my skin,
Release the blood, let the feeding begin;
Your intentions will never be blamed,
We're both too far gone to be saved.
We're both too far gone to be saved.
We're both too far gone to be saved.

####.... Alan Doyle [b.1969] Petty Harbour, Newfoundland and Labrador-born Canadian musician and actor, and Russell Crowe [b.1964] Wellington, New Zealand-born Australian actor, film producer, and musician ....####
Originally recorded by Russell Crowe and Alan Doyle, featuring Russell Crowe's wife at the time, Danielle Spencer (The Crowe / Doyle Songbook Vol. III, trk#1, 2011 digital CD, Model 101 Records ©2011).

The video above features a live performance by Russell Crowe, Alan Doyle, Samantha Barks, and Carl Falk during the Gramercy Theatre Indoor Garden Party in New York City, October 13, 2012.



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