Forever and Always

Album: Scream Aim Fire (2008)
  • The time is here again
    Prepare to be apart
    And it drives you crazy
    Each time I go away
    The distance gets longer
    But it makes us stronger

    Should it all come crashing
    Down around me
    Would you be there
    Should I stumble and fall
    Pick up the pieces

    Wo-ho-oh
    Forget about the shit that we've been through
    I wanna stay here forever and always
    Wo-ho-oh
    Standing here in front of all of you
    I wanna stay here forever and always

    These days are dead again
    It's empty from the start
    And it drives me crazy
    The hours drift away
    It hurts to remember
    This will soon be over

    Should it all come crashing
    Down around me
    Would you be there
    Should I stumble and fall
    Pick up the pieces

    Wo-ho-oh
    Forget about the shit that we've been through
    I wanna stay here forever and always
    Wo-ho-oh
    Standing here in front of all of you
    I wanna stay here forever and always

    Forever and always
    Wo-ho-oh
    Wo-ho-oh
    Forever and always Writer/s: MATTHEW TUCK, JASON JAMES, MICHAEL DAVID THOMAS, MICHAEL KIERON PAGET
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Corey from Richmond, VaBest Bullet song EVER!
  • Katie from Medford, Ori want to see them live sooooo bad..
  • Nick from Cairns, AustraliaAnd so the song SHOULD be played on concerts. I mean, dude, you can tell if its made for being played for concerts after hearing through halfway into the song.
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