"10 O'Clock" as written by Filippo Carmeni, Maurizio Molella, Gala Rizzatto and Gala Rizzatto....
I know complaining doesn't help
'Cause what has been won't be again
And as I'm walking down the street
I see a child glance back at me

These crazy clocks dictate our lives
I'm gonna cut time with a knife
If all this ends, there's nothing more
Then where will my memories go?

[Chorus x 2]
And now it's ten o'clock
And another day has gone
And I know it's gone forever
Have you ever loved me?
Never

One day you'll hear the unspoken words
I've sung for you in my silent world
I turned away; you didn't know
I lived for you; my love still grows

[Chorus]

And now it's ten o'clock (and now it's ten o'clock)
And another day has gone (another day has gone)
And I know it's gone forever (I know it's gone forever)
Have you ever loved me?
Never (another day has gone)

You see empty space in children's eyes
But what you see is ancient and wise
If all this ends, there's nothing more
Then where will my memories go?

[Chorus x 2]

And now it's ten o'clock (and now it's ten o'clock)
And another day has gone (another day has gone)
And I know it's gone forever (I know it's gone forever)
Have you ever loved me?
Never (another day has gone)

And now it's ten o'clock (and now it's ten o'clock)
And another day has gone (another day has gone)
And I know it's gone forever (I know it's gone forever)
Have you ever loved me?
Never (another day has gone)

And now it's ten o'clock
And another day has gone
And I know it's gone forever
Have you ever loved me?
Never! (Never! Never!)


Lyrics submitted by skacore_dude

"10 O'Clock" as written by Maurizio Molella Filippo Carmeni

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Peermusic Publishing

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