Tom Reock

Tom Reock

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Pop - Rock | Trenton, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,056   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: 9/21/2019

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Song Description

Lights Out represents a change in one's attitude towards personal situations

Story Behind the Song

Lights Out is a release from the pressures that we all have in our daily lives, the people who control our daily lives.

Lyrics

Lights for peace now don't be late
All of the fears you contemplate
Why did I go here in the 1st place
All of this time has been a waste
Why would I want to share with you
All the pain I'm going through
This victim of fate you'll claim no more
Today I close the door

For so many years an open book
For all that I know to take a look
The missing page is the one you took
All that's left is a comic book
No more will I stay late after school
For breaking someone's golden rule
This victim of fate you'll claim no more
Today I close the door

Lights Out it seems is the only way
I always thought there'd be another way
I just want to find some peace today
Before all my hair has turned to gray
Now that I know that you don't care
Maybe it's not my cross to bear
This victim of fate you'll claim no more
Today I close the door

Song Length
3:18
Genres
Rock - Progressive Rock, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Annoyed, Disturbed

Subject Matter
General, Judgement

Similar Artists
Genesis, Emerson, Lake And Palmer
Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Thomas Reock
Music Credits Thomas Reock
Producer Credits Thomas Reock
Performance Credits Thomas Reock/Ralph Liberto-saxohpnoe