"One More Chance" as written by Paul Allen Crosby, David A. Novotny, Joseph Scott Sappington, Wayne A. Swinny and Bob Marlette....
Another night and another chance
And no one else can take your place
I swear, I swear
Every lie is gonna sweat the truth,
But every dream leads me back to you
It's not fair, I still care

A thousand words could never say
The way I feel when I speak your name
Through all the pain and misery
I give you all that's left of me

I know I'm wrong, but I'll make it right
You say our love's gone cold, but let me bring it to light
I promise you I'll by your side
Give me one more chance, give me one more night

I know you've heard it all before
You tell me that there is much better than me
We'll see
With a broken trust and a broken heart
But I never meant to tear us apart
You know I can't let you go

A thousand words could never say
The way I feel when I speak your name
Through all the pain and misery
I give you all that's left of me

I know I'm wrong, but I'll make it right
You say our love's gone cold, but let me bring it to light
I promise you I'll by your side
Give me one more chance, give me one more night

Give me one more night

I know I'm wrong, but I'll make it right
Give me one more chance, give me one more night

I know I'm wrong, but I'll make it right
You say our love's gone cold, but let me bring it to light
I promise you I'll by your side,
Give me one more chance, give me one more night

Give me one more night
Give me one more night


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"One More Chance" as written by David A. Novotny Bob Marlette

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    General CommentHas anyone else noticed how similar the opening guitar riff sounds like the one from Headstrong by Trapt?
    I think the meaning of this song is pretty self explantory.
    SmackedByGodsmackon July 25, 2007   Link

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