I should've known I'd leave alone Just goes to show That the blood you bleed Is just the blood you owe
We were a pair But I saw you there Too much to bear You were my life But life is far away from fair
Was I stupid to love you? Was I reckless to help? Was it obvious to everybody else
That I'd fallen for a lie? You were never on my side Fool me once, fool me twice Are you death or paradise? Now you'll never see me cry There's just no time to die
I let it burn You're no longer my concern Faces from my past return Another lesson yet to learn
That I'd fallen for a lie You were never on my side Fool me once, fool me twice Are you death or paradise? Now you'll never see me cry There's just no time to die
No time to die No time to die
Fool me once, fool me twice Are you death or paradise? Now you'll never see me cry
There's just no time to die
Writer/s: Billie Eilish O'Connell, Finneas Baird O'Connell
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
Leroy from MinnesotaFor this, the end of an era in the bond series, a more appropriate voice and lyric is impossible to imagine. The song is so haunting it stays in memory for weeks.
Cornwalis from PortlandBillie has become the voice of a new generation bringing strength and clarity where there was once only confusion, we hear her sing the words loud and clear " I feel his pump, I make room for a dump, the dinner served last evening is coming with fury, feel the love tonight just release in the sheets, it will all wash out in a hurry" just a powerful reason to live, youth of the nation arise
Piper from San Franciscolove the implications of this song, growing up wild and free, "blood in the sheets blood in my pants, I was a girl this morning Ill be a woman tonight" After this past year of pandemic this song speaks to all young women, set your sights on the stars and bring plenty of products, don't swim with sharks when a pool will do. p.s. I dyed my hair like billie back in 2020, so awesome with the green and black hair
Lily Allen wrote "Something's Not Right" for the soundtrack of the Peter Pan prequel, Pan. The song was inspired by the heartache that Allen experienced after suffering a miscarriage when she was six months pregnant with her first child by husband Sam Cooper in 2010.