Nobody Cares

  • We live alone to die alone.
    To live in sorrow and be ashamed.
    And when it's time it's just begun.
    You look around to lay your blame.
    And when tomorrow passes you by.
    Don't come runnin' back to me, (no-o)
    Cause I've grown since I've last seen you.
    And I'm not what I used to be.

    But nobody cares(nobody cares) and nobody cares(nobody cares).
    Nobody cares(nobody cares), nobody cares(nobody cares).

    And once again I've been sucked into the game.
    I stay a slave.
    I try to place this bitter taste.
    But all my efforts end in rage.
    And if I told you that I hate you,
    Would things still be the same.
    Still I didn't mean to break you.
    But I need someone to blame.

    And nobody cares(nobody cares), nobody cares(nobody cares)
    Nobody cares(nobody cares), nobody cares(nobody cares).
    Nobody cares(nobody cares), nobody cares(nobody cares), nobody cares(nobody cares) Writer/s: CLEON LEE III RICHARDS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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