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More Than Words Can Say By Alias With Lyrics

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More Than Words Can Say By Alias With Lyrics Here I am at six o'clock in the morning Still thinking about you It's still hard, at six o'clock in the morning To sleep without you And I know that it might Seem too late for love All I know I need you now More than words can say I need you now I've got to find a way I need you now Before I lose my mind I need you now Here I am, I'm looking out my window I'm dreaming about you Can't let you go, at six o'clcok in the morning I feel you beside me And I know that it might Seem too late for love For love Oh, Oh, Oh I need you now More than words can say I need you now I've got to find a way I need you now Before I lose my mind I need you now More than words can say I need you now Oh I got to hear you say I need you now Before I lose my mind I need you now I need you now Alias (band) BIO Alias was a Canadian album-oriented rock/hard rock supergroup band, formed in 1988 by vocalist Freddy Curci and guitarist Steve DeMarchi of the Canadian arena rock band Sheriff ("When I'm With You"), along with Heart founding members Roger Fisher, Steve Fossen, and Mike DeRosier. The band released its self-titled debut album in 1990 which went gold in the US and platinum in Canada, scoring hits with power ballad "More Than Words Can Say" (#2), "Waiting For Love" (#13) and "Haunted Heart" (#18 on Mainstream Rock Charts). They also recorded the Tonio K song "Perfect World" for the Christina Applegate film, Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead. Alias toured extensively through 1990, including touring with REO Speedwagon. The band also performed twice on The Tonight Show, once with Johnny Carson and once with Jay Leno. BMI presented Freddy Curci and Steve DeMarchi with the "Million-air award" for "More Than Words Can Say". According to BMI's web site, only 1,500 songs including "When I'm With You" by Sheriff have achieved Million-air status (one million air plays) among the 4.5 million songs by 300,000 BMI represented artists. One million performances is the equivalent of approximately 50,000 broadcast hours, or more than 5.7 years of continuous airplay.[1] Alias was featured in the Top 20 AOR Records of All Time, ranked at number 17. The impressive list includes Def Leppard, Foreigner, Toto, Boston and Journey. In early 2005, an acoustic version of the band's hit ballad "More Than Words Can Say" was released on a VH1 compilation disc, Classic Metal Mania: Stripped. Also in early 2005, "More Than Words Can Say" was featured in a Subway commercial aired during the Super Bowl. In January 2009, Alias announced the release of their long awaited second album. This album, appropriately titled "Never Say Never", was recorded in 1992 and was planned to follow their highly praised debut album, but due to the rapidly evolving music scene of that time where grunge was the on the rise and metal was fading, it was never released. A few of the songs from this album were re-recorded and appeared on lead vocalist Freddy Curci's solo album Dreamer's Road, however many tracks remained unreleased. In support of the release of the album, Alias have planned a series of performances for 2009, but the band member lineup for the tour has yet to be announced. Original Band Members 1990-1991 Freddy Curci - lead vocals Steve DeMarchi - guitar Roger Fisher - guitar Steve Fossen - bass Mike DeRosier - drums Band Members involved in the 2009 Album Never Say Never: Freddy Curci - lead vocals Steve DeMarchi - guitar Marco Mendoza - Bass Larry Aberman - Drums Robert O'Hearn - Keyboards Denny DeMarchi - Keyboards