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Silent Night

This song is by Great White and appears on the album Can't Get There From Here (1999).

Every now and then I like to pick up the phone and make a call down memory lane
Well how you been? Well baby you could say I've been lonely too
I've been picking up the pieces ever since the day I left you sleeping on the motel road
I heard you had two kids got married it was quite the show

You're my one stone true regret
As I'm lying alone in my bed

On this silent night I say a little prayer for you
On this silent night I send this message through
I was wrong to run should have took a little time for life
'Cause loneliness is no repayment for sacrifice
I'm doing time in paradise on this silent night

I remember how we touched we were young in love didn't know what was wrong or right
We just stuck to each other like the earth sticks to the sun
You taught me how to laugh I learned how to cry it was easy as one two three
We were lucky and wild back then just happy to be

Now I think about you with desire
And my heart's still full of fire

On this silent night I say a little prayer for you
On this silent night I send this message through
I was wrong to run should have took a little time for life
'Cause loneliness is no repayment for sacrifice
I'm doing time in paradise on this silent night

In my mind I see the wind blow through your hair
I have a photograph of you and I somewhere
Painting pictures of the life that we would share
I wear this badge of sorrow but how was I to know
I found the truth comes easy when you live in the light I guess it only goes to show
So you think I'm crazy 'cause I feel this way

Going to pick myself up off the ground
And I'll turn it around

On this silent night I say a little prayer for you
On this silent night I send this message through
I was wrong to run should have took a little time for life
'Cause loneliness is no repayment for sacrifice
I guess it's time to say goodbye on this silent night
On this silent night
On this silent night

Written by:

Russell, Lardie, Blades

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