Song Tribute | One More Life


Linkin Park | One More Light (Tribute To CHRIS CORNELL)

Chester Bennington dedicated this song to his friend Chris Cornell. Chester Bennington committed suicide on Chris Cornell’s birthday and just short of two months ago since Chris Cornell’s own suicide. They were best mates. I would say Chester Bennington just couldn’t go on without Chris Cornell.

I did a Tribute song for Chris Cornell a week ago to honor both of their sudden deaths. Two who died too young . too much pain.

One More Light
Sung by Chester Bennington & Linkin Park

Should’ve stayed, were there signs, I ignored?
Can I help you, not to hurt, anymore?
We saw brilliance, when the world, was asleep
There are things that we can have, but can’t keep

If they say
Who cares if one more light goes out
In the sky of a million stars
It flickers, flickers
Who cares when someone’s time runs out
If a moment is all we are
Or quicker, quicker
Who cares if one more light goes out
Well I do

The reminders, pull the floor from your feet
In the kitchen, one more chair than you need, oh
And you’re angry, and you should be, it’s not fair
Just ’cause you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there

If they say
Who cares if one more light goes out
In the sky of a million stars
It flickers, flickers
Who cares when someone’s time runs out
If a moment is all we are
Or quicker, quicker
Who cares if one more light goes out
Well I do

Who cares if one more light goes out
In the sky of a million stars
It flickers, flickers
Who cares when someone’s time runs out
If a moment is all we are
Or quicker, quicker
Who cares if one more light goes out
Well I do
Well I do

Writer(s): Francis White . Joseph Hahn . Brad Delson . Robert G. Bourdon . Mike Shinoda . Dave Farrell . Chester Charles Bennington

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