"Don't Make a Sound" as written by Elizabeth Anne Berg and Alexander Greenwald....
I set the scene to tell the tale
Who could have known this face would pale?
Life is never what you want
Unless you plan it from the start
Now wouldn't that be smart?

Don't make a sound, as I cry out
Is that what love is all about?
Don't make a sound, as I call out
I know that's not what's love about
Don't make a sound
Don't make a sound
Don't make a sound

So this is how it always goes
And what is real, we'll never know
Trust me now I know firsthand
My fiction leads my real life and
This isn't what I planned

Don't make a sound as I cry out
Is that what love is all about?
Don't make a sound as I call out
I know that's not what's love about
Don't make a sound
Don't make a sound
Don't make a sound

My melody's my malady, my hand inscribes my grave
I told you once I'll tell you twice there's nothing left to say
I don't know what I've been told, my memory escaped
But don't try to refresh my mind, I've reasoned it that way
Just shhh

Don't make a sound as I cry out
Is that what love is all about?
Don't make a sound as I call out
I know that's not what's love about
Don't make a sound
Don't make a sound
Don't make a sound


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"Don't Make a Sound" as written by Elizabeth Anne Berg Alexander Greenwald

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    My InterpretationI don't know exactly what this is about, but I get the feeling a girl and a guy met up and she had something planned to tell him - and things went very wrong. It has a creepy feeling to me, like she broke up with him then he murdered her or she killed him. I just get the feeling one is killing the other and saying "don't make a sound". Either that, or I'm just even more morbid than I thought... ;P
    monstaaaon April 15, 2013   Link

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