(Blaine)
Take all of your wasted honour
Every little past frustration
Take all of your so called problems
Better put 'em in quotations

(Blaine & Marley)
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say

(Ryder & Blaine)
Walkin' like a one man army
Fighting with the shadows in your head
Living up the same old moment

(Ryder)
Knowing you'd be better off instead
If you could only

(Blaine & Marley)
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say

(Kitty & Marley)
Have no fear for giving in
Have no fear for giving over

(Brittany & Sam)
You better know that in the end
It's better to say too much
Than never say what you need to say again

(Blaine)
Even if your hands are shaking
And your faith is broken

(Blaine & Ryder)
Even as the eyes are closing
Do it with a heart wide open

(Marley & Blaine)
Wide heart!

(Marley & Blaine)
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say (Ryder: Say what you need to say)
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to say
Say what you need to
Say what you need to

Say what you need to say (Oh say what)
Say what you need to say (Oh say what)
Say what you need to say (Oh say what)
Say what you need to say (Oh say)
Say what you need to say (Oh say what)
Say what you need to say (Oh say what)
Say what you need to say (Oh say what)
Say what you need to say (Oh say)
Say what you need to say (Oh say what)
Say what you need to say (Oh say what)
Say what you need to say (Oh say what)

(All)
Say what you need to say


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