Never Let This Go

Album: All We Know Is Falling (2005)
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  • Maybe if my heart stops
    Beating it won't hurt this much
    And never will I have to
    Answer again to anyone

    Please don't get me wrong
    Because I'll never let this go,
    But I can't find the words to tell you
    I don't wanna be alone,
    But now I feel like I don't know you

    One day you'll get sick of saying
    That everything's alright
    And by then I'm sure I'll be
    Pretending just like I am tonight

    Please don't get me wrong
    Because I'll never let this go,
    But I can't find the words to tell you
    I don't wanna be alone,
    But now I feel like I don't know you

    Let this go,
    Let this go

    I'll never let this go,
    But I can't find the words to tell you
    I don't wanna be alone,
    But now I feel like I don't know you

    And I'll never let this go,
    But I can't find the words to tell you
    That now I feel like I don't know you Writer/s: HAYLEY NICHOLE WILLIAMS, HAYLEY WILLIAMS, JOSH FARRO, JOSHUA NEIL FARRO
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Comments: 3

  • Danette from Oc, CaThere was a show in Anaheim in 2008, but it wasn't at the House of Blues, it was at the Grove.
  • Theresa from Murfreesboro, TnIntense song, Hayley wears her heart on her sleeve.
  • Chelsea from Seattle, WaThe Anaheim show at the House of Blues couldn't have been in 2008 for two reasons. One, the setliste of the songs they played at the concert was made up of all the songs on their first album. That was before "Misery Business" came out (it came out in '07) and they would have put "Mis Biz" in every setlist. Second, this is when Hunter Lamb was in the band. He left before Riot! was even made so this had to be in 2005, 2006, or rarely it could have been in early 2007.
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