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Nothing Good About Losing

by John McGrail

Just a happy little tune that reminds you no matter how bad things are it's not the end of the world..... probably.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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There is always a bright side to even the most miserable of circumstances. Sorry that is as cheery as I can get. Here are the lyrics

I see you standing only
right between you and yourself
you seem so tough you seem so fragile
you seem like china on a shelf
I understand your fears
I even know why you hide them so
if you cried would they be icy tears
I don’t believe you truly so cold

chorus there’s nothing good about losing
there’s nothing that makes it easy to cry
there’s nothing good about losing
but at least its not the end

but what I believe serves no purpose
for its you who grows so sad
afraid of trusting of letting go
you feel you lost what you once had

you still have friends
the rain only dampens
it does not melt
the end is the end
but its not yet here
perhaps this solace
will help you calm your fears

But there’s only one end and its not with us
there’s much more to be endured
perhaps with vision perhaps with blindness
we will reach the promised land



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Hank Wait

Brilliant, as good as an of his albums.
A fine tune with a dark optimism to it. The multilayered rythmn got me, plus the lyrics and guitar lead.