Within You is a song composed by David Bowie for the Jim Henson movie Labyrinth. The song plays in the movie when Sarah is confused about the Escher-esque stairway room. She tries to find her baby brother while Jareth sings about her. The song is track 9 on the official soundtrack.
Labyrinth: The Computer Game (C64)David M. Martin Jr.'s arrangement is quite recognizable, but a bit lacking from what the SID chip is capable of. The song contains the full lyrics portion of the song (without lyrics, of course)--the instrumental portion, which is the next two thirds of the song, was not included in the arrangement. The is track 2 in the SID file and doesn't loop. Track 3 in the SID file is just the first nine notes of the song and is used in the game as a fanfare of Jareth, it too doesn't loop. It plays when you confront him at the end of the game, or if you adumbrate him at any time.
Labyrinth: The Computer Game (MSX2)
The official song has lyrics, though no game ever uses them.
How you turned my world, you precious thing You starve and near exhaust me Everything I've done, I've done for you I move the stars for no one You've run so long You've run so far Your eyes can be so cruel Just as I can be so cruel Though I do believe in you Yes I do Live without the sunlight Love without your heartbeat I, I can't live within you I can't live within you (sigh) I, I can't live within you