"Once and For All" as written by and Guy Charles Edward/west Connelly....
One day I woke up to find
There was a hole in my mind
I could not be certain or sure
Of anything I knew before

Get up get out stand up and shout your name
Dont be afraid to get in the way again
Dont try to stop like it or not you'll change
You know you only can go further away

When did we forget what we knew
When did we grow up and when did we lose
Everything we were so sure of back then
How do we know it wont happen again

Somewhere an urgency fell from my side
Some time a border between us arrived
That says we are separate and newly defined
It tells us to take it seriously this time
Cos there is no once and for all

Get up get out stand up and shout your name
Dont be afraid to get in the way again
Dont try to stop like it or not youll change
You know you only can go further away

When did we forget what we knew
When did we grow up and when did we lose
Everything we were so sure about then
How do we know it wont happen again

Now I am sure of my place in the world
I raise up my flag and I watch it unfurl
I know what I want and, I think, what is true
And now I am certain of my love for you

But there is no once and for all


Lyrics submitted by sbarajas416, edited by grewgious

"Once and for All" as written by Che Albrighton Andrew Philip West

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    Lyric CorrectionI made mistakes when working on these lyrics. But I try...

    Like:
    1.putting it into order (columns)
    2."somewhere or not you seem far from my side" Maybe?
    3."it says we are separate and nullified" Yes, nully is not a word. There for it must.

    I'm not sure, I just thought I'd give a side note.
    sbarajas4166on August 02, 2011   Link

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