The Grinning Man - Labyrinth - Missing Lyrics

Enter the missing lyrics to 'labyrinth' from 'The Grinning Man'.
Based on the Original London Cast live recording 2018.
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Last updated: June 2, 2019
First submittedMay 11, 2019
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Grinpayne
The city with its dark embrace
Shows its twisted, damaged face
And reflects the labyrinth of my mind
 
Here amongst these winding streets
Invisible, I move with ease
No one sees the monster walking by
 
But something inside me is burning
As my broken world started turning
The people say The Grinning Man's opened their eyes
Can they hear the future in my shattered cries?
 
When they are gazing at my grin
What is it that they see within?
This laughter of a strange and joyful kind
 
As if my thoughts could scorch the air
And find a new truth hanging there
Maybe it's time to leave my past behind
 
What if this freak that they're crowding to see,
What if that monster could also change me?
And even if I knew what had caused all this pain
Why in hell would I want to feel it again?
 
Dea said that she'd help me
She said the past could set me free
And open up the darkness in my mind
 
But I have sought my past too long
And confusion was a kind of home
And pain: the only comfort I could find
 
Stories are her way of seeing
But she's not the one who needs freeing
 
Dea loves the tale of what happened to me
But she wouldn't love me if her eyes could see
 
If they find laughter in my face
Why should I run from their embrace
They're dancing with monsters in my mind
 
This letter could make me feel whole
If she can see what's in my soul
And touch it with a heart that isn't blind
 
The search for the past hasn't healed me
But somehow this letter reveals me
 
Could this erase the pain of my shame and disgrace
Because she sees the beauty in my broken face?
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