What wakes you up
when it's worth the time
Who has the right
there's one power
I've had enough
Find in you so sour
Soon i'll give up
Fool it's a total low
How can i explain another daylight
Nothing's right in these arms
This connot explain another daylight
So i'll go at it alone
Take all the rough
Sounds like more of the same
I've had enough
Movement is hard in this game
How can i explain another daylight
Nothing's right in these arms
This cannot explain another daylight
So i'll go at it alone
Time is up
Why with all of this


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    amazing....i cant believe no one has commented on this or the majority of Denali songs...when she sings "how can i explain another daylight" it gives me chills

    Johnnyfender43on February 09, 2005   Link
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    i think this song is about a woman that stays with a man even though she knows it's not right, and that they are not working anymore. she's too afraid to leave, but now she knows she has to take action.

    ruffianson April 08, 2005   Link
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    I agree with Johnny in that this song gives me chills. Maura has so much emotion- especially in the chorus/refrain. I absolutely love the emotion of this song.

    Snowblindon January 10, 2006   Link
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    I agree with Johnny in that this song gives me chills. Maura has so much emotion- especially in the chorus/refrain. I absolutely love the emotion of this song.

    Snowblindon January 10, 2006   Link
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    I totally agree with ruffians, ahhh this song is sooo goood!

    ConcreteSecondson December 11, 2006   Link
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    My Opinion

    How could anyone not like Denali? I couldn't imagine. Definitely one of the best undiscovered bands. Its a shame they aren't together anymore. I'm from Richmond, Virginia and just about everyone I know wh has heard of Denali falls in love with their music.

    ricelnon December 28, 2008   Link

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