Let It Die

Album: One-X (2006)
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  • We had fire in our eyes
    In the beginning I
    Never felt so alive
    In the beginning you
    You blame me, but
    It's not fair when you say that I didn't try
    I just don't want to hear it anymore

    I swear, I never meant to let it die
    I just don't care about you anymore
    It's not fair when you say that I didn't try
    I just don't care about you anymore

    We had time on our side
    In the beginning we
    We had nothing to hide
    In the beginning you
    You blame me, but
    It's not fair when you say that I didn't try
    I just don't want to hear it anymore

    I swear, I never meant to let it die
    I just don't care about you anymore
    It's not fair when you say that I didn't try
    I just don't care about you anymore

    You say that I didn't try
    You say that I didn't try
    You say that I didn't try

    I swear, I never meant to let it die
    I just don't care about you anymore
    It's not fair when you say that I didn't try
    I just don't care about you anymore
    I just don't care about you anymore
    I just don't care about you anymore
    I just don't care about you anymore
    I just don't care about you anymore Writer/s: ADAM GONTIER, BARRY STOCK, BRAD WALST, GAVIN BROWN, NEIL SANDERSON
    Publisher: HYVETOWN MUSIC INC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Tonya from Sharon Grove, Kyi this song is a little weird compared to others from this artist.
  • Beverly from El Paso, Txi love this song these guys are great!!!!!!!!!!!
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