Walter Roberti

Walter Roberti

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Rock - General | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,383   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 12/1/2019

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Plays:

51

Song Description

Dark, moody, but surprisingly inspirational

Lyrics

It's not inconsequential that I happened to turn out right
I kept the secret confidential, kept it out of the neighbor's sight
Father, who did you punish, was it your reflection in me all along
Mother, what were you drowning when you just couldn't face a new dawn

But I could not shine...if it weren't for the dark days
No, I could not have climbed if it weren't for the dark days

That thing you called me often, well, no, that's not how I sign my name
I'm proud to be me, even you partially, but I swear and I vow to break the chain
Father, what were you thinking that made you think you were all alone
Mother, what proof were you drinking that made you forget your own

But I could not shine...if it weren't for the dark days
I'd be so undefined...if it weren't for the dark days

I rise and shine while the memory fades away...

But I could not shine...if it weren't for the dark days
No, I'd be less than I am...if it weren't for the dark days
But I could not shine...if it weren't for the dark days
If it weren't for the dark days...
If it weren't for the dark days...
If it weren't for the dark, dark, darkest days

Song Length
5:17
Genre
Rock - General
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Lyric Credits John Wangler
Music Credits Walter Roberti and John Wangler
Producer Credits Walter Roberti and John Wangler
Performance Credits Walter Roberti, John Wangler, Matthew Smutko