"Tell Me This Night Is Over" as written by and Ola Salo....
Tell Me This Night Is Over lyrics

Why should it be so bad to be bad,
When it´s so hard to be anything at all?
And why does everyone seem to forget
What it´s like to be all alone
As soon as they
Have got someone, oh it´s no fun
It makes me want to vanish and die
Maybe I´ll throw all my clothes
Into a waterfall
And sit and spy whilenthey all cry
You get so silly when you´re lonely
And you think that you´re the only
Who´ll say:

I hope that someone´s gonna call
And tell me this night is over
'Cause I want to start living my life
Before I get much older

Maybe you all would consider it a joke
If I say that I hate myself
But now and then
When I look into the mirror
All I see is a big mistake
(And wouldn´t you)
Well, I just want to be fun
Just want to be the one
Who makes you smile
I just want to believe
That I could be something to someone
- Am I the only one around here,
Who´s not gonna live my life in fear?

I hope that someone´s gonna call
And tell me this night is over
'Cause I want to start living my life
Before I get much older

(- I don´t understand you!)
- And why would you?
(- Can you tell me
What is on my mind?)
- I don´t have words to say
How much I think I owe you,
- We ain´t gonna live our lives in fear...


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"Tell Me This Night Is Over" as written by Ola Salo

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    General CommentThis song is weird- it's both depressing and uplifting. It's one of the few songs with a "get over it" theme that doesn't sound condescending. Instead of a message of 'it's not so bad" which all too many songs have, he's admitting that life can get absolutely shitty at times, but the only thing you can do is keep living and hope for better days.
    Dysperdison February 06, 2008   Link

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