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Zebra – But No More lyrics

The time is now or never
The crashing is coming near
The delphi is on the corner
And he whispers in your ear
It used to be men could be solemn even while laughing
And laughter could be heard shore to shore
But no more

Now all you hear is crying
Cause no one's on the phone
Your feet are just now freezing over
You know that you are here all alone

It used to be men could be solemn even while laughing
And laughter could be heard shore to shore
But no more

When I think of friends and places
Things we wanted, hoped we'd be
All that's left is fading traces
Memories of what use to be
Hear their laughter, see their shadows
Feel the darkness, see the light
We had lit all but lost so quickly
We think we won but we lost the fight
But it's all the same to me
I've seen all I want to see
First they laugh at you
Then they cry
Say they'll always be there
Then they die
So alone yet so alive

It used to be men could be solemn even while laughing
And laughter could be heard shore to shore
But no more



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