A Day in the Life
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A Day in the Life was an American rock band formed in Dayton, Ohio, in 2001. Their first record was a demo entitled" Four Bullets for One Girl," which sold its 500 copy run in 2 months. This brought them to the attention of Confined Records, with which they released an album entitled "Nine Reasons to Say Goodbye." Finally, they released a 6-song EP entitled "Paper Chromotagraphy: The Fade from Dark to Light" in the winter of 2003. In 2003, lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist JT Woodruff changed the name of the band to Hawthorne Heights with a different line-up.
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- LyricsMy dreams never lasted long enough to feel alright
maybe tomorrow I wont wake up again
shake me so I can tell you I'm still breathing but I'm lost
I haven't given up just yet...
your eyes blind me...
- LyricsWhen you see her, please tell her
That I still care, care about her
And if she sees me, She'll tell me
That she should have, just killed me
Let's try this one more time
- LyricsI remember the time
all through the night
trying not to close my eyes again
Too many hours
in a stolen car
- LyricsYou break my heart...then again, you break everyone's heart.
- LyricsAnd if tomorrow should be the last day I could ever tell you
I was in love with your smile, In love with your eyes.
Tomorrow will be a-okay, just to say I loved you way too much.
I should have said anything instead of making no sense at all...
Why was I chasing falling stars instead of you?
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