"War Of Nerves" as written by Natalie Jane Appleton, Nicole Marie Appleton, Melanie Ruth Blatt, Shaznay Lewis, Magnus Fiennes and Cameron Andrew Mcvey....
Monday on the line when you know that now's the time
To leave and be free aware of your destiny
When that moment arrives worlds visions through the mind
And all I see Is what used to be
My life consumed be a memory

I don't ever want to feel pain
want to be ready when you call my name
I don't ever want to feel fear
'Cause every night feels alright when your near

Battle through this wall of nerves when your life it takes a turn
What I have is what I feel well in my mind your lying here
Fear that en holy trail there's a piece of me in all he said
All kinds are fixed up inside my head
The stage freight in my own bed (Ahh ahh)

I don't ever want to feel pain
want to be ready when you call my name
I don't ever want to feel fear
'Cause every night feels alright when you near

Don't wannabe like a voice without words
('Cause I need you here with me)
Don't wannabe unwilling this way (Will I suppress my fears)
And will I be, this war of nerves

I don't ever want to feel pain
want to be ready when you call my name
I don't ever want to feel fear
'Cause every night feels alright when you near
I don't ever want to feel pain
When it's over will I feel the same
I don't ever want to feel fear
This war of nerves that I reserved
For when your here
I don't ever want to feel pain
I'm feeling hurt but I feel no shame
I don't ever want to feel fear
Do I deserve these cruel words we have here


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"War of Nerves" as written by Cameron Mcvey Magnus Fiennes

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    General CommentThis is the best song on their debut album. I'm not exactly sure what it's about but I love it.
    imamudwhistleon July 08, 2002   Link
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    General Commentapperently this song is about when princess diana died. i don't see how people can be affected so deeply by the death of someone they've never met before. at least one goo thing came out of her death, and that was this song.
    alice palaceon July 20, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI can nog imagine it being about Diana, unless it's in Diana's perspective.
    To me, it seems to be more about relationship problems.
    Plottoberryon April 17, 2012   Link
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    General CommentAny way, it is one of the best songs they ever made, and basically the whole album is a classic.
    Plottoberryon April 17, 2012   Link

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