best song lyrics

because I love music, and these lyrics are dope
  1. ... "I gave you my heart, gave you my soul. Yeah, but baby, I was born to rock and now I gotta roll." ...
    (band: Highly Suspect, song: Wolf, album: The Boy Who Died Wolf, 2016)
  2. ... "My love, it lays, under the cornerstone, that the builder threw away." ...
    (band: Highly Suspect, song: Vanity, album: Mister Asylum, 2015)
  3. ... "So, figure it out, or don't figure it out. I figured it out. The bigger the river, the bigger the drought" ...
    (band: Highly Suspect, song: Hello My Name is Human, album: the Boy Who Died Wolf)
  4. ... "Yes, we're all very cultured, we speak in soft tones, sitting in front of our plate full of bones. Let us prey." ...
    song: Let us Prey, band: the Raisins, album: the Raisins
  5. "I was an actor. She was an actress. Our love did not hesitate. Love needs no mattress."...
    song: Mattress, band: Psychodots, album: Awkwardsville
  6. ... "Oh, my heart just started screaming, I think I wanna be alive! I can feel it too. So what am I waiting for. I'm afraid of you. It's just I'm not that good of a person, but I might be enough for you." ...
    song: Seratonia, band: Highly Suspect, album: the Boy who Died Wolf
  7. "Only love can make it rain, the way the beach is kissed by the sea. Only love can make it rain, like the sweat of lovers laying in the fields. Love reign o'er me!" ...
    song: Love Reign O'er Me, band: the Who, album: Quadrophenia
  8. ... "I don't believe in destiny, or the guiding hand of fate. I don't believe in forever or love as a mystical state. I don't believe in the stars or the planets, or angels watching from above. But, I believe there's a ghost of a chance we can find someone to love, and make it last." ...
    (song: Ghost of a Chance, band: Rush, album: Roll the Bones, 1991)
  9. ... "There is no monopoly in common sense, on either side of the political fence. We share the same biology, regardless of ideology. Believe me when I say to you, I hope the Russians love their children too!" ...
    (song: Russians, singer: Sting, album: the Dream of the Blue Turtles, 1985)