"Sleepless Nights" as written by and David William/bull Faber....
Another sleepless night and,
Still staring at the ceiling.
I can hear him fighting,
With her for no good reason.

Will this ever end?
Will this house be a home again?
If I had my way,
I'd corner him and say

Put yourself in her position.
All she needs is recognition.
Love's not enough when you say it.
Don't you know you gotta mean it?
Screwing up the best thing ever, is something you'll regret forever

Another day goes by and,
Nothings changed she's still the same.
I can hear her crying,
Thinking shes the one to blame.

Will this ever end?
Will this house be a home again?
If I had my way,
I'd corner him and say

Put yourself in her position.
All she needs is recognition.
Love's not enough when you say it.
Don't you know you gotta mean it?
Screwing up the best thing ever, is something you'll regret forever.
Take her and make sure she feels it.
Let her know you'll never let her go.

Screwing up the best thing ever, is something you'll regret forever.

Another sleepless night and,
Nothings changed she's still the same.
Another stupid fight and,
Someone's gotta say

Put yourself in her position.
All she needs is recognition.
Love's not enough when you say it.
Don't you know you gotta mean it?
Screwing up the best thing ever, is something you'll regret forever.
Take her and make sure she feels it.
Let her know you'll never let her go.

You'll never let her go.
No, no, no.

Put yourself in her position.
All she needs is recognition.
Take her and make sure she feels it.
Let her know you'll never let her go.


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"Sleepless Nights (Never Let Her Go)" as written by David William Faber Raymond Bull

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    General CommentSounds like parents fighting.
    sweetx3on June 19, 2007   Link
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    General Commentyeah, it's about domestic abuse... not that any of the members of FD ever expirienced it but they wrote that song because they heard their own parents yelling at each other and really.. who hasn't and that's what the song was originally about but they changed the lyrics because the yelling had such an impact on them they could only imagine what it must have felt like to have their parents actually being abusive to them....
    peach
    musiquenoteson August 19, 2007   Link
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    General Commentahha... :P peace sorry lol. =D
    musiquenoteson August 19, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSong meaning is pretty obvious, but WOW, what a great song.
    rzKon December 25, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis is my friend's song of the year for 2007
    nurion January 02, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"love's not enough when you say it, don't you know you've got to mean it?"

    ^ the most amazing line ever written
    and that's completely true
    that basically describes my past six months
    yeahsonon January 15, 2008   Link
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    General Commentwhat yeahson said..

    thats the same here.
    people gotta get that you need to mean it. ; [
    loveeash331on June 01, 2008   Link
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    General CommentActually, when Hinsley was younger, he lived in an abusive home. They wrote this song to let kids that lived in abusive homes know that they're not alone.
    BeLikeThat505on July 08, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis is definitely my favourite song by FD.
    yeah, i' think this is about parents fighting. the lyrics are basically screaming that.
    fueledbyramenaddicton August 19, 2008   Link
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    General CommentPersonally, this song to me is about a guy having a really good friend of his, and her boyfriend either ignores hers, or starts stupid fights over nothing, and he hates seeing her getting treated like that, and wishes he could tell her boyfriend that he needs to start treating her right, or he will regret it in the future.

    Idk, but that's how I see the song. =]
    hauntedxsceneon September 22, 2008   Link

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