You're viewing YouTube in Russian. You can change this preference below. Это видео недоступно. But every time you hurt me, the less that I cry And every time you leave me, the quicker these tears dry And every time you walk out, the less I love you Baby we don’t stand a chance, it’s sad but it’s true I’m way too good at goodbyes (I’m way too good at goodbyes) I’m. way too good at goodbyes (I’m way too good at goodbyes) No way that you’ll see me cry (No way that you’ll see me cry) I’m way too good at goodbyes (I’m way too good at goodbyes). I know you’re thinking I’m heartless I know you’re thinking I’m cold I’m just protecting my innocence I’m just protecting my soul.
Not Gonna Die Lyrics. Death surrounds My heartbeat’s slowing down I won’t take this world’s abuse I won’t give up, I refuse This is how it feels when you’re bent and broken This is how it feels when your dignity’s stolen When everything you love is leaving You hold on to what you believe in. The last thing I heard was you whispering goodbye And then I heard you flatline. This song is, according to John Cooper, one of the more natural songs for the Skillet fanbase. It has similarities to one of their most notable hits, Comatose ; however, the song’s message presents a reminder that there is a persistent hope to life. In an interview with Digital Journal, lead vocalist John Cooper had this to say about the trac. really like this song since it was the very first one that we wrote for the record. It sounds like Skillet and it has a vibe that people expect to hear.
Ace (7) – I Ain't Gonna Stand For This No More.
Ain't Gonna Cry No More. Ain't Gonna Cry No More. Ain't gonna beg no more. Ain't Gonna Stand For This No More.
I Ain't Gonna Stand for It" is the second single from Stevie Wonder's 1980 album, Hotter Than July. It reached number four on the Billboard R&B singles chart and number 11 on the Hot 100. It also hit number 10 on the UK Singles Chart. The song is famous for Wonder's imitation of a seasoned country-and-western crooner and his inspiring drumming. Charlie and Ronnie Wilson of The Gap Band provide backing vocals on the song. It was covered by Eric Clapton in 2001.