"I Don't Want to Live That Way Again" as written by Glenn Hughes and Marc Henry Bonilla....
I kiss the day, there can be no other answer
Turn back the time and let me in
I look away, as they stare and all their glances
Now I can tell you where I've been
All alone inside myself
I guess I never knew which way to go
The time has come to know yourself
And I don't want to live that way again
Again, again, again

I'm miles away, as I look into the water
And there's a tide that pulls me in
The missing page where there'll be the sons and daughters
I live and die it's hard to take
Safe within, this higher ground
The pleasure and the pain has come and gone
I have been once lost now found
And I don't want to live that way again

There's a light in the distance
And a voice that cries freedom
There's a child in the mirror,
Much too long he's been grievin'
I have stumbled through madness
Now I've made my decision
And I don't want to live that way again

So I pull down the shutters
And I wave my resistance
And I wait for the sirens
That will ring through my head
I was cast as a leper
Now I've replaced my religion
And I don't want to live that way again


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"I Don't Want to Live That Way Again" as written by Marc Henry Bonilla Glenn Hughes

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