"The Darkest Side of the Night" is a song from hard rock musician Stan Meissner's 2000 album The Power of the Night and the theme song of Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan, a slasher film and eighth part of the Friday the 13th film series released in 1989.

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Fallen angels into the street
It's an empty dance
And so incomplete

The hallow voices which spread a cry
For the devil's night
There's a reason why

You tried before, but you can't buy a clue
No matter what you do

The darkest side of the night
Burns like a fire
For the wasted lives

And there's no way you can fight
Just show some respect
And try to survive
On the darkest side

Neon shadows that point the way
Never lead you out
It's a game they play

The madness comes and the madness goes
It's a simple world
But it's all they know

You try to fix it, but there's nothing you can do
You just gotta see it through

The darkest side of the night
Burns like a fire
For the wasted lives

And there's no way you can fight
Just show some respect
And try to survive
On the darkest side

In this city, you give and they take
You reach the limit, you bend
And then you break

And there's no escape
There's no escape
No

The darkest side of the night
Burns like a fire
For the wasted lives

And there's no way you can fight
Just show some respect
And try to stay alive
On the darkest side

The darkest side of the night
Burns like a fire
For the wasted lives

And there's no way you can fight
Just show some respect
And try to survive
On the darkest side

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The Darkest Side of the Night - Metropolis

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