We Will Still Need a Song

Album: Lover/Fighter (2003)
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  • Fuck you, you're drunk and acting tough
    I know you're sad you're not the only one
    Who feels like that now

    And maybe anger is your only choice
    But maybe heart and fist and human voice
    Might be the better way
    Be the way

    Chorus:
    Cause we, we will still need a song
    To carry our love away
    To carry it away
    We will still need a song
    To carry our hearts away
    To carry them away

    Don't let another tear be in your eyes
    We can die in peace knowing we tried
    To change our own ways

    The poets let a generation down
    And modern music could be the healing sound
    It's the only way
    Only way

    Cause we, we will still need a song
    To carry our love away
    To carry it away
    We will still need a song
    To dance on our wedding day
    To carry it away

    And we will still need a song
    (we will still need)
    To carry a song (carry a song)
    To carry a song

    And we, we will still need a song
    To carry our hearts away
    To carry them away
    We will still need a song
    To dance on our wedding day, yeah
    To carry it away, yeah

    (Last chance for feeling sad
    I'm tired of feeling down)
    (Last chance for feeling sad
    I'm tired of feeling down)

    This will be your last chance
    Cause I'll never again feel down

    (Last chance for feeling sad
    I'm tired of feeling down)

    Cause we, we will still need a song
    To carry our love away

    (Last chance for feeling sad
    I'm tired of feeling down)

    We will still need a song
    To dance on our wedding day
    To carry it away
    We all need a song… Writer/s: RYAN MATTHEW CORRIGAN
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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