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A little's enough


by Angels & Airwaves. Buy album CD: We Don'T Need To Whisper


When all is said and done
Will we still feel pain inside?
Will the scars go away with night?
Sharp smile for the morning light?
It's like the best dream to have
Where every thing is not so bad
Every tear is so alone
Like God himself is coming home to say

I
I can do any thing
If you want me here
And I can fix any thing
If you let me near
What are those secrets now
That you're just scared to tell
I'd whisper them all aloud
So you can hear your self

The trees were the first sign
The deepest blue, the clearest sky
The silence came with the brightest eyes
And turned water into wine
The children ran to see
The parents stood in disbelief
And those who knew braced for the ride
The earth itself it came alive to say

I
I can do any thing if you want me here
And I can fix anything if you let me near
What are those secrets now
That you're just scared to tell
I whisper them all aloud so you can hear your self

I'm sorry I have to say it but you look like you're sad
Your smile is gone; I've noticed it bad
The cure is if you let in just a little more love
I promise you this A Little's Enough



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Album: We Don'T Need To Whisper (2006) Lyrics
cd Buy "We Don'T Need To Whisper" CD
  1. Valkyrie missile
  2. Distraction
  3. It hurts
  4. Do it for me now
  5. The adventure
  6. The war
  7. A little's enough
  8. The gift
  9. Good day
  10. Start the machine

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