"Louder Than Words" as written by Jerome Edward Armstrong, Terrence Carl Battle, Michael White, David Guetta and Nick Van Der Wall....
Can you hear me?
Not so loud, a whisper.
It seems as though it fades away
Before you hear what I have to say.
Words can't offer you agreement.
They're injustice to the songs you sing,
Undermining your best intentions.

Silence speaks louder than words sometimes,
But not everybody listens.
It be know to all
Who'd only shut their mouth.

Can you me
Now that I am screaming?
I can't tell a difference made
With that blank stare on your face.
And how do I
Explain what I am feeling?
Just open up the cage today.
It's a small price to pay.

Silence speaks louder than words sometimes,
But not everybody listens.
It be know to all
Who'd only shut their mouth.

Although there may be indiscretion,
Remind yourself to play along.
Block out your repetition
And remind yourself who's in the wrong with you.
With you.

Silence speaks louder than words sometimes,
But not everybody listens.
It be know to all
Who'd only shut their mouth.


Lyrics submitted by ShimmerChick

"Louder Than Words" as written by Brandon Armstrong Andrew Dwiggins

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, SHAPIRO BERNSTEIN & CO. INC. , Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentRyan, the bands singer once commented on the song: "this song is about people are completely oblivious to everything around them."
    flynovaon August 15, 2002   Link
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    General Commentdefinitely (in reference to flynova). one of the best songs on the CD.
    musicalchaoson March 14, 2003   Link
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    General CommentAgreed. I love this song. On the second soma holiday cd (the one with regardless) the lyrics in the cd say's " truth be known to all who'd only shut their mouths" instead of "it". I love that line.
    strangersatelliteon June 14, 2007   Link

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