"More to lose" as written by Ricky Dene Gervais and William Andrew Macrae....
We used to cry
About the day when one of us might fall
Weak and blindly into another's arms

Demands are gained from jealousies
Would flow like water drowning us
But leaving us with just another
Lover's false alarm

And now it's over
Both of us free
But I feel colder

A thousand tortured lives have fallen
Wounded dying cut down by the
Questions that we've sharpened
Just to save our losing days

We thought we'd nothing more to lose
We'd tear our hearts with jagged truths
And everything we'd hung to for so long
Just slipped away

And now it's over
Both of us free
And I feel colder

I was tired of thinking that
Our love can shine your thoughts
Of our arrangements
Were really not like mine

I thought it over
And it was plain to see the love you said
You once needed
Could just not come from me

And now it's over
Both of us free
And I feel colder

And now we're moving to new beginnings
But as we move we looked once behind
To see what we might find out
Lost loves and old thoughts of our nights of winnings
That lunge, tear and grasp
At lost wanting minds

Lyrics submitted by malungkotngaako

"More to Lose" as written by William Andrew Macrae Ricky Dene Gervais

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    General CommentA classic new wave... I use to hear this from my uncle back in the 80's, I was just an observer then... partying and all those stuff... but after hearing it again... it brings back memories of those days ago... I love the piano intro...
    unexplained28on April 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love this, and believe it or not, Ricky Gervais used to be the lead singer in the group that sung it. It was years before he became a comedian, I think he'd rather forget it for whatever reason but apparently Seona Dancing still have a massive following in Thailand.
    alfiebabyon May 15, 2007   Link

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