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Far to many times we hold things deep inside
Feelings stay hidden while a chance for love slips by
And when it gets to late you ask the reason why
You couldn't say a word you didn't say one damn word
The sound of your silence was all she heard
She flew away like a speckled bird
You can kiss that train goodbye
And then silence ain't golden anymore
You can't run and you can't hide
From the truth no more
If you love some one you gotta tell'em about
Don't think about it all before
And then silence ain't golden anymore

The pain you run away from you never will relieve
You gotta keep on fighting for the things that you believe in
Cause there's someone out there waiting to be seen
But if you don't say a word you don't say one damn word
The sound of your silence was all she heard
She'll fly away like a speckled bird
You can kiss that train goodbye
Because silence ain't golden anymore
You can't run and you can't hide
From the truth no more
Some times the words from deep in your heart
Are the easiest to ignore
Oh but silence ain't golden
No just ain't golden
Silence ain't golden anymore



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