#1
Some things are worth fighting for
Some things are worth fighting for
Even when you leave and slam the door
Some things are worth fighting for....and we're still fighting

Some things are worth fighting for
But sometimes i just cant see it
Seem to argue all the time
Exchanges of words i often regret

What causes us to say and act the way we do
Revelations, Devastation, you hurt me, i hurt you
Eye for eye, Not turning the other cheek
Both not stepping down or showing who is weak.

Chorus

Some things are worth fighting for
Some things are worth fighting for
Even when you leave and slam the door
Some things are worth fighting for....and we're still fighting

When will we stop this and just be a normal couple
Instead we need to fuss and fight, a constant battle - Struggle,
For both its hard, to get back up again,
We knock each other down so many times, can hardly call you friend

Sometimes i see a difference, when tiredness succeeds,
When both of us are fragile and we're brought down to our knees
Just when we realize that enough is enough
I see a different you, The one i knew, the woman that i love.

Chorus

Some things are worth fighting for
Some things are worth fighting for
Even when you leave and slam the door
Some things are worth fighting for....and we're still fighting

Some things are worth fighting for
Some things are worth fighting for
Even when you leave and slam the door
Some things are worth fighting for....fighting for
Last edited by fobbyfish at May 24, 2013,
#3
I'd say that you really don't need to make everything rhyme. If you're going to force an uneasy rhyme like "see it" (accent on first syllable)/"regret" (accent on second syllable), just don't bother. And "tiredness"? Really?
#4
Hi cavalcade,

Thanks for your input.
For some reason i seem to do that with everything i write and need to get away from it. Its a learning curve so i take on board every critique i get.
Any ideas on the tiredness issue?

And seventh angel - Again sorry for posting songs..............
#5
Quote by fobbyfish

Any ideas on the tiredness issue?

Simple. "Tiredness" isn't a word, so don't use it. It just looks silly. This takes me back to that Elvenking song that has the word "angryness" in its first five seconds. Of course, it doesn't help that their name is Elvenking, but that's another story.
#6
Ill have another look at it, need to get my thersaurus out

Ill be uploading another. Have a look, see what you think. It has the same rhyme for rhyme but its far better i think.