No More

Album: Maximum Overload (2014)
  • The light is shining
    Still I'm not so surprised
    One thousand voice mails
    For one thousand lies

    Blind faith, lost trust
    All along it was plain to see
    Years passed, lost touch
    Leads the path to insanity

    Take another shot, show me what you got
    It was never gonna last forever
    Open your eyes, try and realize
    Once is enough so tonight now I say

    No more, from a voice that breaks the awkward silence
    No more, never heard so loud before
    Made the same mistakes a thousand times
    Never meant to be like this so I say
    No more tonight
    And it feels all right

    Dark nights, long passed
    Waking up from a pointless dream
    Brighter days, brighter times
    Hides the fatal reality

    Questions, answers
    False addiction to nothing real
    Lights fade, crushed to dust
    Desperation in tragedy

    Take another shot, show me what you got
    It was never gonna last forever
    Open your eyes, try and realize
    Once is enough so tonight now I say

    No more, from a voice that breaks the awkward silence
    No more, never heard so loud before
    Made the same mistakes a thousand times
    Never meant to be like this so I say
    No more tonight
    And it feels all right

    (No more) Same old game we play together
    (No more) Time will pass, we'll still remember
    (No more) But tonight this game is over
    (No more) Strangers in the night forever

    No more, from a voice that breaks the awkward silence
    No more, never heard so loud before
    Made the same mistakes a thousand times
    Never meant to be like this so I say
    No more tonight
    And it feels all right

    And it feels all right Writer/s: FREDERIC LECLERCQ, HERMAN LI, SAM TOTMAN, VADIM PRUZHANOV
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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