"On To The Next One" as written by John Feldmann and Writers Uknown....
This love is bittersweet.
It's always incomplete.
Right now your killing me (oh oh)
Cause everything that you say, and every time that you stay,
I see that now you have changed and I'm the one that you blame.

Now you're gone!
And your on to the next one
This time I got to live without you
That's just the way it has to be
This time I got to live without you (whoa oh)
And your on to the next one.

When the night, turns to day
I know that people change but you just stay the same.
You would swear,
On your grave,
That you would never become exactly what you hate.

Now you're gone!
And your on to the next one
This time I got to live without you
That's just the way it has to be
This time I got to live without you (whoa oh)
And your on to the next one.

On to the next one.

Every night, turns to day,
And everyone has to change

Now you're gone!
And your on to the next one
This time I got to live without you
That's just the way it has to be
This time I got to live without you (whoa oh)
And your on to the next one.

This time I got to live without you
That's just the way it has to be
This time I got to live without you (Whoa ohh)
And your on to the next one.

On to the next one [Repeat: x3]


Lyrics submitted by blessthefate

"On to the Next One" as written by Craig Edward Mabbitt Max Green

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    General Commentnot the best song on the album.

    good album tho
    autophobeon October 21, 2008   Link
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    General Commentinstead of
    "i see that now you have changed and i know that your to blame"

    it should be
    "i see that now you have changed and i'm the one that you blame"
    T Y R A N Ton October 28, 2008   Link
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    General Commentah thanks, as said before craig is a little hardto understand at times
    blessthefateon October 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentEscape the Fate used to be my all time favorite band. Now, this new album, was an epic failure in my opinion. Their old songs actually meant something. They weren't all about "Oh no, she broke my heart and now I'm crying about it." None of their old songs were ever like that, which is why I liked them. Also, Ronnie's voice was absolutely amazing. Without him, this band is a complete waste of time.
    lalala1234on December 08, 2008   Link
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    General Commenthahaa,
    gotta love how everyone bags out craig, and the new direction and lyrics and so on.

    hate how people say there old stuff was more meaningful.
    one of their best songs, guillotine, was fuckin written about halo for fuck sake.
    how meaningful do you really think they were?
    and no im not saying there old stuff wasnt meaningful,
    but bloody hell.

    life goes on.
    craig, is a pro compared to ronnie, vocal-wise.

    im sure the next album will be even better.
    the members of the band love their heavier stuff more,
    so im sure we'll see an increase in the heaviness in the next album.
    (YYY)
    ThyDevoureron January 04, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationSeems to me kind of like she's a good-girl-gone-bad. I'm not quite sure, but it seems like the girl he's singing about was innocent and good, but then she kind of became a whore and left him for some other guy, and became a tease. Just my interpretation. I'm not great at this, but I think it's a cool site and I like giving my thoughts on the song :)
    xRAiNBoWxRoCKeRxon August 01, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe first time I heard this song, I could've sworn I'd heard it before. It's just so...generic. Especially the riff in the beginning.
    ChildOfAdelphiaon October 15, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti think song is talking bout how you have the girl u want and then she goes and turns her back on you then she leaves for a different guy
    ashleylynneon November 20, 2010   Link

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