"Suffer In Silence" as written by and Glen James/macconiomaire Hansard....
Come back, show your face
Don't you see
You're too good for this place
Can we leave.
It's not your fault, what they say
Don't believe..

Or would you rather suffer in silence.
And defeat
Or would you rather suffer in silence

Ah come on, show the way
I'll believe
Welcome back, you've been away
How's it been.

Or would you rather suffer in silence.
And defeat
Or would you rather suffer in silence

Wake up.. It's your love calling..

Lyrics submitted by Contristo

"Suffer in Silence" as written by Glen Hansard Colm Macconiomaire

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Downtown Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management

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    General Commenti love this song, it gives me this sense that i shouldn't back down from anything i believe in
    itsmeallanon June 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song was not wrriten to be sung to anyone else but the writer himself, i.e. it's not a message to someone, or a wake up call, to anyone else but the person who wrote it.

    It's about that part inside of all of us that, when faced with tough times, really tough times, just wants to give in, shut away into ourselves, hold our hands up and just say to life "yeah, you've won".

    There's redemption and hope at the end of the song though, with the "Wake up, it's your love calling" mantra. And the realisation that as long as we have the ability to love, and receive love, then we can stand up to anything life throws at us.
    niteflite01on November 07, 2007   Link

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