"She Won't Last" as written by Christopher A. Chaney, David Michael Navarro, Stephen Andrew Perkins and Steve Isaacs....
She's waiting to fall apart
Blind to how bad things are
And I know now
She won't last
She's got everything
But she won't last

Fighting herself again
Pushed aside her closest friends
And they know now

She won't last
She come to the end of the road
I know that's just the way these things go
Now I know better

Days melt like candle wax
She says that she'll be right back
It's all so sad
She won't last
See her falling down

She won't last
She come to the end of the road
I know that's just the way these things go
Now I know better
Just one of those things
Another bleeding bird in love with her broken wings
I know that's just the way these things go
Now I know better

She won't last
She come to the end of the road
I know that's just the way these things go
Now I know better
Just one of those things
Another bleeding bird in love with her broken wings
I know
Yes I know
I'm no better
I'm no better
Yeah I'm no better
I know


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"She Won't Last" as written by David Michael Navarro Christopher A. Chaney

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentSo, I think it's about a woman who wants to kill herself. Over unrequitted love? I don't know. It's still an awesome song... saw them perform it last night in concert =) Along with Teahouse of the Spirits and others.
    Mizerableon February 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think this is about a guy who falls in love with a girl that has a drug problem. He tries to "fix" her but sees in the end that she's beyond salvation, that he can't save her and that her addiction will soon kill her. At the same time he admits to the fact that he's addicted to her and that "he's no better".
    alexvickerson February 27, 2007   Link

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