Tonight

Album: Do You Wanna Start A War (2014)
  • ""Now I'm back out on the street again It never rains unless it pours Try to get back on my feet again I hear the raging thunder as it roars Tonight tonight is it just a rhapsody Or am I right Tonight tonight is it all a mystery I just can't fight no more I hear the questions surface in my mind Of the mistakes that I have made. Times and places i have left behind And am I ever gonna make the grade Tonight tonight is it just a rhapsody Or am I right Tonight tonight is it all a mystery I just can't fight no more As I beat my head against the wall Running around in circles in vain I'm feeling three foot tall You don't understand I'm fading away Don't want your pity or your sympathy It isn't gonna prove a thing to me Good intentions pave the way to hell Don't you worry when you hear me sing Tonight tonight is it just a rhapsody Or am I right Tonight tonight is it all a mystery I just can't fight"" Writer/s: RICHARD PARK WARD
    Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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