"Noise" as written by Patrick Benzner, Dave Roth, Tom Kaulitz, Bill Kaulitz and David Jost....
Come on!
There are days
When you feel so small
And you know
You could be so tall
You think you got no choice
Look at the earth
Look what we do
Here and now
We need you
Silence can destroy
Get up and raise your voice

Make some noise
Here on earth
To the world
For all the things
You believe in
Let them hear you
Let them feel you
Make them know
That you care
Make noise, noise

You were free
You were innocent
You believed
In a happy end
Days turned into years
Now you're here
With your broken mind
While your dreams
Are sleeping quiet
Silence can destroy
Get up and raise your voice

Can you feel it
Can you feel it
Can you feel it
Can you feel it
Come on
Come on
It's everything
You've ever been
Why don't we share
Come, take me there

You can make them feel
That you care

Lyrics submitted by Giogio

"Noise" as written by Dave Roth Patrick Benzner

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, THE ROYALTY NETWORK INC.

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    General CommentI think this song can be taken as many different ways. I see it as procrastination. You see a situation (ie someone in need, starving people, etc) and want to help or do something about it, but you never quite get to it. People are aware of this situation but really aren't doing anything about it. It's an encouraging song saying 'stop putting things off, you have the power to do something about it, do it! Here and now, not later!'
    sykilaon November 05, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningI think this song is talking about getting up a raising your voice. Not taking anything off of anyone. Letting people know what you really feel about things. It's about not keeping quite you have to make a stand and say something. You have to make them care and listen to you. Very good song :)
    janny18on January 24, 2010   Link

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