|1||Nothing Can Bring Me Down||3:59|
|4||Gonna Get High (Extended Mix)||7:02|
Worn out It's okay I'll get up to live another day Heartache Give me a break I've had enough I’ve had all that I can take. I won’t give in Won’t let you win Won’t let you ruin my day Nothing can bring me down I’m gonna stand my ground I’m on a rocket nothing can stop it I’m on a one way trip to the moon I'm gonna fly away Nothing can bring me down today No way No wa. .Just keep hanging on Pushing though to find a brighter dawn Trouble You the lost the game I'm breaking out so Get out of my wa.
You Can't Bring Me Down" is a song by Suicidal Tendencies, released in 1990 on the Lights. It delivered moderate commercial success, and aided in the band's transition from punk rock to thrash metal. Although the song never reached any of the major music charts, it was a successful single
me down Why you gotta bring me down What I hear about I don't want to think about (bring me down!) What I think about I don't want to hear about (bring me down!) What I hear about I don't want to think about (bring me down!) What I think about I don't want to hear about (bring me down!) What I hear about I don't want to think about (bring me down!) What I think about I don't want to hear about (bring me down!) So don't bring me down. James christopher allen, jimmy allen, wesley scantlin, wesley reid scantlin
Leaving tears to roll down my cheeks. And sweat to drop from the pours of the skin of the whitest pureness. Yet of the blackest hatred. Your voice is comforting as the thoughts of a ravishing hell awaits me. When I step out from the folds of my blanket of safety. But yet I know when your voice takes a hold of me. Like a hand of cleansing brilliance. I know your holding me there. Fire shall guide fire shall bind. Nothing can stop us now. In the whispers of the wind and the grips of reality in shatter. I know that you are here and nothing can break the bind. That holds us outside of our protective layer of soft fire like wool around a baby's body. We're strong and that's all that matters.
Nothing in baseball can bring me down to the level where I was growing up in Pine Bluff, crying and broke. This is fun for me. Whenever you see me slumping, nah, I dont get upset; Im all right. Torii Hunter -. The universe will bring people whatever they want.
Don't Bring Me Down" is the ninth and final track on the English rock band the Electric Light Orchestra's 1979 album Discovery. It is their highest-charting hit in the United States to date.
More recently, they've stripped away the metal in their sound - 2019’s amo owes as much to electronic music as it does the guitar variety