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No Way Out
No Way Out
Composer Unknown


Lyrics Unknown


Performers Phil Collins
Feature Films Brother Bear


Television Programs Unknown


Video Games Unknown


Albums Brother Bear (Soundtrack)


Preceded by "Welcome"


Followed by "Look Through My Eyes"


"No Way Out" is a song, performed by Phil Collins, featured in Disney's Brother Bear. This song is played during the climax of the film when Kenai tells Koda the story about him and the great spirits and confesses that he killed his mother. It also appears in the credits with alternate lyrics.

Lyrics (Film Version) Edit

Everywhere I turn, I hurt someone

But there's nothing I can say to change the things I've done

I'd do anything within my power

I'd give everything I've got

But the path I seek is hidden from me now



Brother Bear, I let you down

You trusted me, believed in me and I let you down

Of all the things I hid from you

I cannot hide the shame

And I pray someone, something will come, to take away the pain



There's no way out of this dark place

No hope, no future

I know I can't be free

But I can't see another way

I can't face another day

Lyrics (Single Version) Edit

Everywhere I turn, I hurt someone

But there's nothing I can say to change the things I've done

Of all the things I hid from you

I cannot hide the shame

And I pray someone, something will come, to take away the pain


CHORUS:

There's no way out of this dark place

No hope, no future

I know I can't be free

But I can't see another way

I can't face another day



Tell me where, did I go wrong

Everyone I loved, they're all gone

I'd do everything so differently but I can't turn back the time

There's no shelter from the storm inside of me


CHORUS REPEAT


I can't believe the words I hear

It's like an answer to a prayer

When I look around I see

This place, this time, this friend of mine



I know it's hard but you found somehow

To look into your heart and to forgive me bow

You've given me the strength to see just where my journey ends

You've given me the strength to carry on



I see the path from this dark place

I see my future

Your forgiveness has set me free

Oh and I can see another way

I can face another day!



I see the path, I can see the path

I see the future

I see the path from this dark place

I see my future



I see the path, I can see the path

I see the future

Trivia Edit

  • Originally, this song wasn't used, and that Kenai was going to tell Koda about his mother's death on-screen. In the final release, the song was added, perhaps so the theatrical audience wouldn't get upset.

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