Album: Louder Now (2006)
  • The whole truth and nothing but the truth
    Stop me if you've heard this one before
    The whole truth is nothing but a good excuse
    So long as you don't torture me with my past
    Let's be honest; a secret silenced is a secret safe

    Miami, Miami, Miami
    Well every hour on the hour
    (Every hour on the hour)
    You have to, you just have to trust me
    Whoever I was then,
    I can't ever be again

    Reminders, they are not reluctant
    So stop me if you've heard this one before
    Sideways blinders,
    I can't find a way (around a way) around

    Miami, Miami, Miami
    Well every hour on the hour
    You have to, you just have to trust me
    Whoever I was then,
    I can't ever be again

    The faith you found I never felt (never felt)
    The terror held in wedding bells
    And comfort in there's no one else
    The truth be told I'm never gonna know

    Miami Miami Miami
    Well every hour on the hour (every hour on the hour)
    Unhand me, God damn me, Miami
    Whoever I was then I can't ever be again

    The faith you found I never felt (never felt)
    The terror held in wedding bells
    The comfort in there's no one else
    The truth be told I'm never gonna know
    The terror held in wedding bells
    The comfort in there's no one else
    The truth be told I'm never gonna know Writer/s: ADAM BURBANK LAZZARA, EDWARD REYES, FREDERICK PAUL MASCHERINO, MARK O'CONNELL, MATTHEW A. RUBANO
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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