Nightcore – Game Over || Lyrics



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➥Song: Game Over
➥Original artist: Falling In Reverse

→Game Character: D.va
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✘Lyrics:

My life is like a video game
Trying hard to beat the stage
All while I am still collecting coins
Trying hard to save the girl
Obstacles, I’m jumping hurdles
I’m growing up to be a big boy

I battle with the evil ways
I travel far, and try and save
Sorry but your princess isn’t here
I take a rest, I push the pause
Level up, and move along
In hopes that the next stage I will clear
(I fucking passed asshole!)

I’m just trying to keep from dying

It’s just a game that we play
And for heaven’s sakes
Looking for a better way to play it!
Life is for keeping score and forever more
Stop complaining and start changing it

Today I went to therapy
Told him my embarrassing
Issues that I’m having with my life
He told me that I need to change
Life is not a video game
So stop playing and open up your eyes

I’m just trying to keep from dying

It’s just a game that we play
And for heaven’s sakes
Looking for a better way to play it!
Life is for keeping score and forever more
Stop complaining and start changing it

Don’t talk about it
Just be about it
Don’t ever doubt it even when your brain is clouded
I may be crazy
But life’s amazing
And through it all and even with your problems facing
So just know that it’s okay

My life is like a video game
Trying hard to beat the stage
All while I am still collecting coins
Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Select Start

It’s just a game that we play
And for heaven’s sakes
Looking for a better way to play it!
Life is for keeping score and forever more,
Stop complaining and start changing it

It’s just a game that we play
And for heaven’s sakes
Looking for a better way to play it!
Life is for keeping score and forever more
Stop complaining and start changing
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  • So where's the cheat codes? ~_~

    lucky Charm June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • “Stop complaining and start changing.” * Video ends as if you just completed a level. *
    Me: Wait so if you completed a level that’s called life does that mean that at the end you just died? Guys they’re basically saying that the guy just died now even after all that therapy he ended dying.

    Moment of silence in the chat please. -^-

    Ennard-a -spaghetti-boi June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Awh. I think I can relate. Although it's embarrassing it's kinda cute. 💘❤💝.

    Musical Android Hatsune Miku June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • This song: exists

    Ben drowned: THIS IS MINE

    Lizz_ Playz June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • 0:34
    Its probably just me being a danganronpa addict but why does that sound like fuyuhiko-
    ;-;

    xAnti Socialx June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Ya know haikyuu? Kenma Kozume would love this song

    Kokichi Omau June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Anyone else see dva has a Lucio shirt

    CrazyLobster June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • This has such Be More Chill vibes.

    Ruth Lucille June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Three things wrong with this
    1 it ends
    2 I can only press like once
    3 there’s for some reason a dislike button on this video and people pressed it!? Why this is amazing!

    TizzyRose June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Me before listening to this: I don't like nightcores.

    Me now: I only like one nightcore.

    Aliciastargamer June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • I love how falling in reverse added the konami code in the lyrics! 🙂

    Skxtches June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • this entire song is no game no life's motto, in the world of games that is

    wildgoose gooser June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Beware, the comments are full of twelve year olds trying to be edgy and depressed.

    Totally not Insane June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • @nut on instagram

    Daniel Indal June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Mom, I'm scared.

    505A June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • I always listen to this while beating my wife.

    Kaykonio June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • THERES MORE DAWG

    T3nMiDGET5711 June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • On June 10, 1967, two days after the USS Liberty attack, Admiral John S. McCain Jr., Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces Europe (CINCUSNAVEUR), ordered a Navy Court of Inquiry (NCOI) to inquire into all pertinent facts and circumstances leading to and connected with the attack, resulting damages, and deaths and injuries; and when complete, submit its findings of fact.

    The Court consisted of three members: Rear Admiral Isaac C. Kidd, Jr. (President), Captain Bernard J. Lauff and Captain Bert M. Atkinson, Jr.. The Court's senior and junior counsel were Law Specialists[1] Captain Ward Boston, Jr. and Lieutenant Commander Allen Feingersch, respectively.

    The record of Court proceedings shows that the Court first met and heard testimony late at night on June 10, 1967 and early morning June 11, 1967, for about four hours, in London, England.[2] Then its members and counsel traveled to Malta where fourteen USS Liberty crew members appeared before the Court, aboard the attack-damaged ship, during two or three days of testimony heard on June 13 and/or 14, and 15. The crew members are listed below, in the order of their appearance.

    First and possibly second day of testimony by USS Liberty crew members:
    (Second and possibly third day of NCOI testimony on June 13 and/or 14, 1967)
    David Lucas — Ensign (Deck and Gunnery Officer)
    William McGonagle — Commander (Commanding Officer)
    Lloyd Painter — Lieutenant Junior Grade (Deck Officer)
    John Scott — Ensign (Damage Control Officer)
    George Golden — Lieutenant (Engineering Officer)
    Malcolm O'Malley — Ensign (Operations Officer)
    Malcolm Watson — Lieutenant Junior Grade (MPA Officer)
    Richard Pfeiffer — Lieutenant (Medical Officer)
    Jessie Thompson — Communications Technician Chief
    Francis Lamkin — Communications Technician Chief
    Wayne Smith — Radioman Chief
    Second or third day of testimony by USS Liberty crew members:
    (Third or fourth day of NCOI testimony on June 15, 1967)
    Maurice Bennett — Lieutenant (Communications Officer) — recalled?[3]
    Joseph Carpenter — Communications Technician Second Class
    Maurice Bennett — Lieutenant (Communications Officer)
    Thorp Long — Communications Technician Second Class
    William McGonagle — Commander (Commanding Officer) — recalled

    During the first day of USS Liberty crew testimony, dated June 13 in the record, Lucas' testimony consumed almost three hours of the Court's time from 0755 to 1045. (The record shows the Court opening on June 13 at 0755 and recessing at 1045 on June 14 — confusing to say the least, and possibly reflective of the hurried manner in which the written record was prepared.) The Court reconvened at 1300, June 14, to hear McGonagle's testimony. After the Court recessed again, from 1620 to 1645, McGonagle resumed his testimony. Oddly, the Court's record does not cite a time for the end of McGonagle's testimony, but it was likely about 1730.[4] Also, no times are cited for the remaining nine witnesses' testimony or the end of the Court's day, but the remaining witnesses' combined testimony was about the length of Lucas' and McGonagle's combined testimony; thus, if testimony was only for one day (i.e., June 13 or 14), then it would have been about midnight when the last witness was heard — possible, but an extremely long day for members of the Court given that no recesses are cited after the 1620 recess.

    During the second or third day of USS Liberty crew testimony, on June 15, the Court met from 0820 until 1445, with a one and one-half hour recess for lunch. Of nearly five hours testimony, a majority of time was spent hearing testimony from the crew members listed above. The remaining time was spent hearing three subject matter experts testify about matters involving attack damage and repair, and the potential for survivability of personnel within the area damaged by the torpedo strike.

    Thus, the Court's record indicates that about 19 hours of testimony was heard from 17 witnesses during two or three days of testimony on June 13 and/or 14, and 15. Combining this with six hours of testimony from two witnesses heard on June 10 and 16,[2] the total is 25 hours of testimony from 19 witnesses. This pales in comparison to similar matters subject to NCOI hearings; e.g., the NCOI for the USS Pueblo incident heard over 200 hours of testimony from 104 witnesses.

    From the above, it is clear that the USS Liberty incident's NCOI was conducted in a comparatively short period of time; i.e., it was rushed. Regardless, the Court heard a relatively large number of witnesses, and collected a relatively large amount of technically complex and event related information. Considering the limited time involved, this was a laudable achievement; and, by itself, not indicative of neglect.

    On the other hand, due to limited time, all available and pertinent witnesses (information sources) were not heard, or their testimony otherwise included in the Court's record of proceedings. This was bald-faced negligence by the Court and its counsel; it clearly violated the Navy Judge Advocate General's (JAG) guidelines cited in counsel's closing remarks (emphasis added):
    "The JAG Manual provides that the responsibility of Counsel for the Court is to exploit all practicable sources of information and to bring out all facts in an impartial manner without regard to the favorable or unfavorable effect on persons concerned."
    Also, this view was reflected in a speech by former U.S. Navy JAG, retired Rear Admiral Merlin Staring (now deceased), on June 8, 2007, at USS Liberty memorial ceremonies:
    "The [USS Liberty incident] Navy Court [of Inquiry] was directed to inquire into 'all the pertinent fact and circumstances leading to and connected with' the 8 June 1967 attack on the Liberty. That it did not and could not possibly have done so is apparent from the Navy's official record. …critically important witnesses [were never] officially questioned concerning their observations or experiences during the attack."
    The following is a prime example (i.e., evidence) of the Court's negligence.

    In Lucas' and McGonagle's testimony about the MTB (motor torpedo boat) attack, McGonagle recalled machine gun fire from Liberty occurring before the MTB attack began, and Lucas recalled the firing occurring after the ship was hit by a torpedo.[5] Both witnesses cited the names of the men who manned and fired the machine guns during the MTB attack. These men survived the attack and were not seriously wounded. Clearly, the Court and its counsel had a duty to hear testimony by these men; their testimony had the potential to resolve the material differences between Lucas' and McGonagle's testimony.

    This is not the only material difference in testimony from Lucas and McGonagle,[6] but it is perhaps the most pivotal in that it either supports or refutes the IDF's (Israel Defense Force) claims about timing of gun firing from USS Liberty, during the MTB attack.

    As exemplified above, the NCOI and its counsel were blatantly negligent by failing to conduct a thorough inquiry, as prescribed in the Navy JAG manual.
    In a belated attempt to set things right, several years ago the Court's senior counsel, retired U.S. Navy Captain Ward Boston (now deceased), released a signed affidavit that in part stated:

    "The late Admiral Isaac C. Kidd, president of the court, and I were given only one week to gether evidence for the Navy's official investigation into the attack, despite the fact that we both had estimated that a proper Court of Inquiry into an attack of this magnitude would take at least six months to conduct."
    . . .
    "Regrettably, we did not receive into evidence and the court did not consider any of the more than sixty witness declarations from men who had been hospitalized and were unable to testify in person."
    Clearly, Boston's statements support that the Court was not allowed time, for reasons unknown, to adequately investigate the attack on USS Liberty; and, as a result, it was negligent in performance of its duty, as prescribed in the Navy JAG manual, to "exploit all practicable sources of information and to bring out all facts".

    HeadphoneJack June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • I love chipmunked songs
    ❤️ from the USA

    John Madden for Smash June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • ._.

    Why’d ya have to point it out bro I’m trying to be more scociallllllll

    Umbreon 先輩 June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Shut up

    YungRacc June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Fucking sucks

    ThatOneNotThisOne June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Hopefully we all noticed the dirots

    Riri Chan June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • What a shitty fucking video

    myg0t 1 June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • My life is like a video gameeee 😭😭😭😭

    Weird Weirdo June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • When my plan fails

    GAME OVER

    Tomura Shigaraki June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • I remember this from musical.ly and early tiktok

    Beesechurger Nicken Chuggets June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Teacher: gives you a test and you failed but you got everything right
    Me : I fucking passed asshole
    Also me shows it meh mom
    Meh. Mom to meh teacha : start changing it

    Isabella Dunigan June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • PEOPLE SPEED IT UP IT SOUNDS AMAZING!!!

    animebaker 101 June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Your life isn’t a video game
    So don’t end it There’s someone out there who loves you even if you are a stranger I support you and love you don’t forget this stay safe from Covid-19 you wonderful person that’s reading this ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    Aubrey The Gacha girl June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • i made my own nightcore of this because
    "I'm growing up to be a big BOI"

    Scruffy Wolf June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • this isnt nightcore

    Kyler Jackson June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Games I play : all the halo reaches , all the dead or alives

    Masky the Proxy June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • This song is so weird, like it's really good but it's also not

    mintyxsquid June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • " I F*(IN PASSED @$$H0LE "

    When you fail half the test but still pass 5th grade

    lizzy liz June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • I was enjoying the music until i started to look around the image-
    When i saw the Doritos bag i started to laugh like a maniac

    Rylee's Roses June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Life is like a tomigachi you need to take care of it and make sure it gets what it needs and if your tomagachi does you cannot get a new one.

    Ed Talbot June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • 0:34 reminds me of jacksepticeye

    Also D.va id waifu!!!

    Hulian June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • BEN drowned: haunts majoras mask
    Me: staring at my LoZ poster kewl-

    Benjamin Woods June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • How have i lived my whole life not knowing this song
    Its my new fav [:

    Raylee Coates June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • my normal days. I CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT VIDEO GAMESSSSSSSSSSSSSS

    sofijana djokic June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • Ben drowned has joined the chat*

    ꧁༺Creepypasta Lover༻꧂ June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • my life is like a video game
    trying hard to beat my husband and kids

    Assad has his own nazbol gang now June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • uH in the pic she has Doritos and i have Doritos rn im a she- and I like playing video games aNd I have dirty blonde hair- (kinda brown kinda blonde)

    Le coffi boi but im a gurl irl ;w; June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • I that D.Va playing Overwatch

    fadhullah razali June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply
  • when he says the game key buttons I think his voice sounds like Mandarks voice from Dexter's Laboratory

    Madison Wheeler June 27, 2020 9:55 am Reply

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