"No Need" as written by Lee Gorton, Sean Kelly, Matt Mcgeever, Sam Morris, Ian Smith and Ben Dumville....
There's no need to argue
When you're by yourself
There's no need to delegate
When you're with no one else
But going to ground
Denies the point of your mistakes
(It's all too much for you to take)

Don't let the sunlight get you down, my friend
It's not the end

I try to imagine
That you could bear praise
It's so hard to listen
When you're constantly betrayed
So think for yourself
And hold the thought that you're the only one
(Who's got the will to carry on)

Don't let the sunlight get you down, my friend
Realise, what you've done's just part of what you're doing next
It's not the end

I'm so tired of hearing that you're out on your own
It's not fair on anyone else but you

Don't let the sunlight get you down, my friend
Realise, what you've done's just part of what you're doing next
It's not the end


Lyrics submitted by gyroscope

"No Need" as written by Ian Smith Ben Dumville

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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