Tonight we're alone and the music is right
Do you feel good do you feel alright tonight?
I'm out on the streets tonight I'm with a few
friends so it feel alright. Shouting out loud
to this doesn't do it. If it doesn't sink in
then i say screw it. Same old vices not much to
dream about is there anything left to fight about.
Fighting to live is the only fight I've got left in me
I've never been the same since that last show
I close my eyes and let myself go to a place
I'm never alone or scared Somehow i had a reason
a reason to care. I get so lost in it..

Live to fight - Fight to live
Tonight were alone and the music is right
do you feel good do you feel alright?
Tonight were alone and the music is right
do you feel good do you feel alright?

I'm on the train and I've got my phones
People all around but I'm good all alone
I won't worry what i need to be
wherever i am is the place to be
Tonight were alone and the music is right

do you feel good do you feel alright?
Tonight were alone and the music is right
do you feel good do you feel alright?
we feel good we feel alright tonight


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Fight to Live Lyrics as written by Greggory A. Attonito Bryan T. Kienlen

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    oh but it is! haha :)

    porcelainon May 24, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    when ever im pissed or depressed i blast it in my cd player and jump around singing it, cant help but get into a good mood after listening to it!

    GHOSTBUSTERon March 14, 2003   Link
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    I could be punped up by this song for my Math final, I dont worry about what I need to be, wherever I am thats the place tro be.

    noreasontodieon May 06, 2003   Link
  • -1
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    This song could get me pumped for dental surgery.. it's such a feel good, keep going song, and amazing to sing along to live.

    BlackEyedAngelson April 15, 2002   Link
  • -1
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    It's about moshing.

    I Am A Clicheon November 25, 2004   Link

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