So tired, tired of all this drama
You go your way, I go my way (no more, no more)
I want to be free

Broken heart again
Another lesson learned
Better know your friends
Or else you will get burnt
Gotta count on me
Cause I can guarantee that I'll be fine

No more pain (no more pain)
No more pain (no more pain)
No drama (no more drama in my life)
No one's gonna make me hurt again

Why'd I play the fool
Go through ups and downs
Knowing all the time
You wouldn't be around
Or maybe I like the stress
Cause I was young and restless
But that was long ago
I don't wanna cry no more

No more pain (no more pain)
No more game (no more game, messin' with my mind)
No drama, no more in my life (no more drama in my life, no one's gonna make me hurt again)
No more tears (no more tears, I'm tired of cryin every night)
No more fears (no more fears, I really don't wanna cry)
No drama, no more in my life (no more drama in my life, I don't ever wanna hurt again)
Wanna speak my mind, wanna speak my mind

Ouh, it feels so good
When you let go of all the drama in your life
Now you're free from all the pain (free from all the pain)
Free from all the game (free from all the game)
Free from all the stress (free from all the stress)
So find your happiness
I don't know
Only God knows where the story ends for me
But I know where the story begins
It's up to us to choose
Whether we win or lose
And I choose to win

No more pain (no more pain)
No more game (no more games, I'm tired, I'm so tired)
No drama (no more, no more)
No more in my life (no more, no more, no more)

No more drama (I'm tired of all this drama)
No more drama
No more drama
No more drama

No more drama
No more drama
No more drama
No more drama
No more drama
No more drama

Oh no, oh no, no more, no more, no more drama, no more drama
In my, in my
Life
I'm so tired
I'm so tired (so tired of all this drama)


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No More Drama Lyrics as written by Barry De Vorzon Perry L. Botkin

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