Born to push you around Better just stay down You pull away He hits the flesh You hit the ground
Mouth so full of lies Tend to block, your eyes Just keep them closed Keep praying Just keep awaiting
Waiting for the one The day that never comes When they stand up and feel the warmth But the sunshine never comes, no No, the sunshine never comes
Push you cross that line Just stay down this time Hide in yourself Crawl in yourself You'll have your time
God I'll make them pay Take it back one day I'll end this day I'll splatter color on this grave
Waiting for the one The day that never comes When they stand up and feel the warmth But the sunshine never comes
Love is a four letter word And never spoken here Love is a four letter word Here in this prison
I suffer this no longer I put it into This I swear This I swear The sun will shine This I swear This I swear This I swear
Writer/s: James Alan Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk L. Hammett, Robert Augustine Trujillo
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Zander from Los AngelesAnother attempt at Fade to Black/Welcome Home(Sanitarium)/One. Not bad.
Zero from Nowhere, NjI once wrote a poem before this song was realesed (2004) about my chronic anxiety disorder. It started "I stand in the back, cold and concealed/I wait for the moment that never comes." Lars Ulrich suffers from bad anxiety.
Brett from Sutton, OnI can related to this song in a big way. I'm in a long-distance relationship with someone who was in an abusive relationship. I told her that one day we can be together. Even though I've panned it all out, it's so far away that it seems like "The Day That Never Comes"....
Craig from Rockhampton, AustraliaThis song deals with Hetfield's strict upbringing and how could never win the love or approval of his parents. His father was a strong enforcer of the "do as I say, not as I do" rule (a line that is used in the song "Dyer's Eve") and he is waiting for the day his parents love and respect him for who he is and not who they want him to be. Hence, "the day that never comes". "Love is a four letter word and never spoken here" means his parents never told him that they loved him, or he could never find the right way to them them that he loved them. Love was considered a "dirty word". "The 'son' shine never comes" means that no matter how hard he tried, he was never going to be the shining ray of light he always wanted to be.
Layton from Paris, TxI dont think this is about an abusive relationship, if you watch the music video it cleary shows soldiers fighting a war. Gives it a whole different meaning...
Jamir from Philadelphia, Vai like the end riff where the bass and guitar play at the same time and they all take turns.IT'S AWSOME!!!!!!
Corey from Richmond, VaLove this song! Video is good to, love that they choose the Marines for the video.
Goombario from Jacksonville, FlThis song is about a soldier in Iraq who gets shot
Joseph from Clarmore, Oki want this song to be the first to blow my speakers out in my car. i'm working on it whereas it plays on the radio at least 30 times a day.
Courtney from Salt Lake City, UtI absolutely LOVE this song and I can relate to it on so many levels! I was in a verbally abusive relationship a year ago and this is truly the exact way I felt while I was with him. Way to go Metallica! You have done it yet again!
Who writes a song about a name they found in a phone book? That's just one of the everyday things these guys find to sing about. Anything in their field of vision or general scope of knowledge is fair game. If you cross paths with them, so are you.