In Between

Album: Minutes To Midnight (2007)
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  • Let me apologize to begin with
    Let me apologize for what I'm about to say
    But trying to be genuine was harder than it seemed
    And somehow I got caught up in between

    Let me apologize to begin with
    Let me apologize for what I'm about to say
    But trying to be someone else was harder than it seemed
    And somehow I got caught up in between

    Between my pride and my promise
    Between my lies and how the truth gets in the way
    The things I want to say to you get lost before they come
    The only thing that's worse than one is none

    Let me apologize to begin with
    Let me apologize for what I'm about to say
    But trying to regain your trust was harder than it seemed
    And somehow I got caught up in between

    Between my pride and my promise
    Between my lies and how the truth gets in the way
    The things I want to say to you get lost before they come
    The only thing that's worse than one is none

    The only thing that's worse than one is none

    And I cannot explain to you
    In anything I say, or do, or plan
    Fear is not afraid of you
    Guilt's a language you can understand
    I cannot explain to you in anything I say or do
    I hope the actions speak the words they can

    For my pride and my promise
    For my lies and how the truth gets in the way
    The things I want to say to you get lost before they come
    The only thing that's worse than one is...
    For my pride and my promise
    Between my lies and how the truth gets in the way
    The things I want to say to you get lost before they come
    The only thing that's worse than one is none
    The only thing that's worse than one is none
    The only thing that's worse than one is none Writer/s: Brad Delson, Chester Charles Bennington, Dave Farrell, Joseph Hahn, Mike Shinoda, Robert G. Bourdon
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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