SENSES FAIL

SENSES FAIL Steven

Lyrics from thetransportconnection SENSES FAIL Steven Lyrics, singer by SENSES FAIL

Goodbye
Goodbye
Goodbye

November 10th, a cold dark night
You could feel that something wasn’t right.
That night many hearts did cry
When we learned we had to say goodbye.

All embraced under one common song
the body is dead but life lives on.
All embraced under one common song
the body is dead but life lives on.

Goodbye Steven. Goodbye you friend.
You were so young. You were so young.
Goodbye Steven. Goodbye you friend.
You were so young.

The Cars lined the streets, as it was coming to an end.
The sun shined so brightly the day we buried our friend.

All embraced under one common song
the body is dead but life lives on.
All embraced under one common song
the body is dead but life lives on.

Goodbye Steven. Goodbye you friend.
You were so young. You were so young.
Goodbye Steven. Goodbye you friend.
You were so young. You were so young.

Losing in the fall, lost innocence came down
An 18 year old boy was buried in the ground.
A family’s broken hearts, a friend’s streaming tears.
The light lost in death, the living’s growing fears.
Of Eternal darkness or is it spiritual light
To come with terms with death on the darkest night.
A brother lost a brother, a friend lost a friend,
a mother lost a son but Steven’s soul will never end.

(You were so young)
(Goodbye)
A brother lost a brother, a friend lost a friend,
a mother lost a son but Steven’s soul will never end.
[repeat]

[Whisper:]
November 10th, a cold dark night,
You could feel that something wasn’t right,
That night many hearts did cry,
When we learned we had to say goodbye.

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