"Save Me Sorrow" as written by Jack Tankersley, Gene Buerger, Brent Michael Clawson, Skye Jayne and William Tyler Smith....
We've been wading in a sea of destruction
Sinking further in disease and temptation
Save me sorrow be gone (Be gone)
Up ahead there's a sun that's a-rising
In a world that I pray to remind me
Save me sorrow be gone by dawn last aspiration
Fear defies my expectations

(Whoah oh oh, Whoah oh oh)
All night long, all night long, over and over tonight
(Whoah oh oh, Whoah oh oh)
All night long, all night long, over and over tonight

In a search for the reason of my tears
And the ghost of our youth was near
Save me sorrow be gone (Be gone)
Now I see what I fear it's in front of me
The other times all I needed was to save me
Save me sorrow be gone, be gone

(Whoah oh oh, Whoah oh oh)
All night long, all night long, over and over tonight
(Whoah oh oh, Whoah oh oh)
All night long, all night long, over and over tonight

Make me believe(?), just one time
Make me believe, it's in your heart, it's in your eyes
I wanna go, yeah
Oh yeah
Let go

(Whoah oh oh, Whoah oh oh)
All night long, all night long, over and over tonight
(Whoah oh oh, Whoah oh oh)
All night long, all night long, over and over tonight
(Whoah oh oh, Whoah oh oh)
Tonight, tonight, over and over tonight
(Whoah oh oh, Whoah oh oh)
Tonight, tonight, over and over tonight


By ROBALOB Hutch


Lyrics submitted by JessDayBlitz

"Save Me Sorrow" as written by Gene Buerger Brent Michael Clawson

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Commentthe first time i heard this i loved this song...but i had never heard of bullets and octane.i think this song is about thinking if the girl on the cover is the right one for him
    Citizen of Evilon October 16, 2007   Link

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