Elle Theme is a song from Silent Hill: Homecoming and is track 6 in the Homecoming soundtrack. It was composed by Akira Yamaoka with vocals by Mary Elizabeth McGlynn. The song plays when Alex Shepherd first encounters Elle Holloway, however, only the instrumental version plays in the game itself.
The song is the theme for Elle. The lyrics refer to Elle's feelings when she first encounters Alex after his long absence, and also to her visions of Shepherd's Glen's transformation, and the disappearance of her sister.
Where have you been?
You are a different man
And just like that, you're here
So did your time away from here
Renew your soul to make you strong?
For your return, I thought you knew
It feels good just holding you
She's gone I fear
I think there's something wrong
Have you seen her?
She's been away too long
So look around this dismal place
Some things have changed
Or can't you tell?
I'm glad you're here
I see you're well
And welcome home
Embrace your hell
In a town hungry for the lonely
Lost, innocent child
Forbidden life taken in a moment
Life too late for saving
Or just in time
In my mind, faces keep returning
I still see her smile
And in the dark fear that I am fearing
Dies once in a while
And as the moon leads me through the madness
There, standing alone
I feel her breath coming from the shadows
Streets, almost alive
I heard a sound (I heard a sound)
Familiar voice (Familiar voice)
The lake is wide
Making a choice that is never allowed
(Why do you have no choice?)
I need to know, I need to know
(You'll never know, no)
But all the roads lead me back to my home
Is she gone? Are you real? Are you here?
Can I trust who you say that you are?
And who I am now? (And who am I now?)
Too late for me knowing
Or just in time