Everything is at its perfect, perfect best tonight
The black sky cracks with stars
All the old days fall apart

Stand up and hold your head up high
I'll know you'll try til the day you die
Maybe no-one knows your name?

Hey you, don't you know
We won the war again
I see what you meant when you said that there's
Hope in everyone

Stand up and hold your head up high
I'll know you'll try til the day you die
Maybe no-one knows your name?
They'll know it one day

Sing it to everyone alone,
I'm gonna sing it til the day I go
Maybe no-one's listening?
They'll hear it one day

Stand up and hold your head up high
I know you'll try it til the day you die

They never even knew your name

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    N.B.: Previously called "For Jessie Garon"

    boss_2kon May 05, 2005   Link
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    similar to black dollar bills, maybe. i wish this was on The Lost Riots. would have made a great last song.

    findsomepeaceon July 29, 2005   Link

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