I'm stuck in this bed you made Alone with a sinking feeling I saw through the words you said To the secrets you've been keeping It's written upon your face All the lies how they cut so deeply You can't get enough you take And take and take and never say
No, you've gotta get it inside You push it back down You push it back down No, you'll never get it inside Push it back down black out blood in your eye
You say that it's not your fault And swear that I am mistaken You said it's not what it seems No remorse for the trust you're breaking You run but then back you fall Suffocate in the mess you're making You can't get enough you take And take and take and take and take Fuck it are you listening?
No, you've gotta get it inside You push it back down You push it back down No, you'll never get it inside Push it back down You push it back down No, you've gotta get it inside You push it back down You push it back down No, you'll never get it inside Push it back down Black out blood in your eye
Floating down, as colors fill the light We look up from the ground In fields of paper white And floating up you pass us in the night A future gazing out a past to overwrite So come down far below We've been waiting to collect the things you know Come down far below We've been waiting to collect what you've let go
Come down Oh Come down Oh Come down Oh Come down Oh Come down Oh
Writer/s: BRAD DELSON, CHESTER CHARLES BENNINGTON, DAVE FARRELL, JOSEPH HAHN, MIKE SHINODA, ROBERT G. BOURDON
Publisher: Songtrust Ave, Universal Music Publishing Group
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Biggie Cheese from NyI always saw the song as Chester getting mad at someone for hurting him and then the mood changes to mike singing and its kind like hes telling him to calm down and it will be OK and i think that change from intense to calmness is the best part of the song
Shadow from Depression, VaThis song? Intense, insane, and Chester Bennington can, unlike some people say, rap like nobody's business. It's awesome :D
Shadow from Depression, VaI agree, Rick Rubin is awesome. But Chester Bennington is my all-time singer/songwrite IDOl, with Mike Shinoda as a close second. Linkin Park FOREVER!
Zero from Nowhere, NjChester's lyrics are actually very coherent, while Mike's lyrics are more abstract. Chester seems to be talking to someone who broke his trust, Mike to me seems to be talking to either God, or a kindred spirit of his.
Zero from Nowhere, NjRick Rubin's a freakin' genius!
"It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" was inspired by a dream where Michael Stipe conjured up images of people with the initials L.B.: Lester Bangs, Leonid Breshnev, Lenny Bruce and Leonard Bernstein.