"Say It Loud" as written by James Brown and Alfred James Ellis....
Well, maybe tomorrow we'll forget about this year,
And all the things you wish you could change.
Show me some kindness in the midst of the hardships,
Cause things should never be this way.

Say it loud. Say it loud and clear.
Forget about. Forget about last year.

Stop wishing it were backwards it is now or never.
Stop wasting all the time we could have spent together.
Wishing you would come back here.
Times were better last year.

And all of your reasons, they change with the seasons.
Day by day they're not the same.
And if you would measure all the times that we've treasured,
You would see how my heart breaks.

Twenty-hour drive through the Rocky Mountains.
Won't be stopping now 'cause you know we're rocking.
Tell me, what has happened?
The stereo's stuck with the jukebox jammin'.

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"Say It Loud" as written by James Brown Alfred James Ellis


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    General Commentthis song is about how you hang out with people and over the years they change and you wish they were still the same person when you first met them.
    Preciouszipsteron April 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about moving on from something that happened a year ago. Maybe there was drama in the band before they wrote this song.
    CandiceIsAwesome2005on February 08, 2010   Link

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