The stars look like satellites
Married to the moon tonight
Looking down on you.
I never thought that a fallen grace
I would see your face in another space
I don't like this place
Tomorrow came too soon.

And everything I did was not enough (was not enough)
And everything I did for you.
Crash back down
It's too late for goodbye
It's too late for goodbye
Because the lights are burning out
It too late for goodbye
So dont wait for goodbye
Because the lights are burning out
(its too late, its too late)

The stars look like city lights
that glitter in the sky tonight
shining down on you
I never thought in a milion years
Through a thousand tears
and a life of fears
That the end was here
Tomorrows burning thorugh

But everything I did was not enough (was not enough)
And everything I did for you.
Crash back down
It's too late for goodbye
It's too late for goodbye
Because the lights are burning out (don't wait tonight)
It's too late for goodbye
so dont wait for goodbye
because the lights are burning out (don't wait tonight)

And I'll blame myself for writing these words that I never said to you
Deep breaths and hesitating, but the city lights remind me of you
And I hate myself for saving these letters that never came to you
Once done there's nothing changing in you. (this is totally wrong but I don't know what to write here:P)

It's too late for goodbye
It's too late for goodbye
Because the lights are burning out (don't wait tonight)
It's too late for goodbye
So dont wait for goodbye
Because the lights are burning out (don't wait tonight)

The stars look like sattelites
Married to the moon tonight
Lookin down on you



Lyrics submitted by Justanothereject

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    General Commentmy sister likes this song. why does it say "users who like this band also like goo goo dolls, and maryline manson. WHAT????
    Alyssa1224on February 04, 2007   Link

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