No More Sorrow

Album: Minutes To Midnight (2007)
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  • Are you lost
    In your lies?
    Do you tell yourself "I don't realize"?

    Your crusade's a disguise
    Replace freedom with fear
    You trade money for lives

    I'm aware of what you've done

    No, no more sorrow
    I've paid for your mistakes
    Your time is borrowed
    Your time has come to be replaced

    I see pain
    I see need
    I see liars and thieves
    Abuse power with greed
    I had hope
    I believed
    But I'm beginning to think that I've been deceived

    You will pay for what you've done

    No, no more sorrow
    I've paid for your mistakes
    Your time is borrowed
    Your time has come to be replaced

    Thieves and hypocrites
    Thieves and hypocrites
    Thieves and hypocrites

    No, no more sorrow
    I've paid for your mistakes
    Your time is borrowed
    Your time has come to be replaced

    No more sorrow
    I've paid for your mistakes
    Your time is borrowed
    Your time has come to be replaced
    Your time has come to be replaced
    Your time has come to be erased Writer/s: Brad Delson, Chester Charles Bennington, Dave Farrell, Joseph Hahn, Mike Shinoda, Robert G. Bourdon
    Publisher: Gpqn Sagl, Thaurus Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group
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Comments: 9

  • Luna Loud from Royal Woods, MichiganYou can get a similar effect with a compression sustainer that's built into some guitars like Fernandez guitars particularly and it's activated by a switch.
  • James from NowhereMaverick:
    "Minutes to Midnight is the third studio album by American rock band Linkin Park, released on May 14, 2007"

    That's strange. Obama ran for president in 2008 and took office in 2009. Hmmmmm... I wonder who could have been the president in 2007.
  • Maverick from Houston, TexasEveryone keeps saying this is about Bush, but it's not. It's about Obama and his administration.
  • Shadow from Depression, VaZero from NJ, you should never trust Wikipedia
  • Zero from Nowhere, NjLilly, Elsam didn't say Chester became a liar and/or thief, he/she was talking about the people in Chester's life. I personally do belive that he's talking about the Bush administration, though as apparent in the lyrics, and in general M2M was a more politically-based album. Also to expand on the EBow songfact, it's not really an "effect" so much as a device. It uses an elctromagnetic field that when touching the strings gives the notes a sustained effect. If you're interested you can find out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EBow.
  • Lilly from Chester, United Kingdomchester did not become liars and thieves abuse power with greed it was more the politions that made chester like that get your facts straight!!!!!!!
  • Eslam from Cairo, EgyptI agree that this song is another political driven sound but it could express another personal point of view as chester felt like a victim for someone else and may be for the life itself as the people went really bad and became ( liars and thieves abuse power with greed )
  • Aditya from Hyderabad, IndiaThis song is criticism of Bush's war on Iraq
  • James S. from Hayward, CaI am guessing this is another Political driven sound, explaining that with all the deceit and and the smoke and mirrors that bush had used. Has finally caught up with him and the administration.
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