"Lonely Nights" as written by James Douglas Vallance and Bryan Adams....
Since you're gone
There is an empty space
Since you're gone
The world is not the same

I go back to the places we've been
It feels like you're still there
I live all those moments again
Wishing you were here

Since you're gone
There is an lonely heart
Since you're gone
Nothin' is like it was

There are memories all over the place
Bringin' it back all so clear
Remember all of those days
Wishing you were here

All those lonely nights
I gotta fight for you, yes I do
Yes I do

Since you're gone
There is a heart that bleeds
Since you're gone
I'm not the man I used to be

I follow you steps in the snow
The traces disappear
We know what we've lost when it's gone
I'm wishing you were here

All those lonely nights
I gotta fight for you, yes I do
Yes I do


Lyrics submitted by RainbowDemon

"Lonely Nights" as written by Rudolf Schenker Klaus Meine

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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    General CommentNice song
    I wonder why here's no any comment :(
    SCHIZOPHRENIAon December 09, 2010   Link
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    General CommentNice song
    I wonder why here's no any comment :(
    SCHIZOPHRENIAon December 09, 2010   Link
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    General Commentthe band said it's about R Budd Dwyer who was a politician, who after being convicted of (something) handed out a statement to several people in the press. as he finished handing them out the first few people who had started to read it realized he was about to kill himself and with the cameras rolling, he blew his brains out. in a video series called Traces Of Death, not to be confused with the more popular Faces Of Death, there is a full video feed of him doing it. it is very graphic and it is permanently etched into my brain.
    mudballon December 09, 2010   Link

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