"Let It Go" as written by and Stephen Fisher Justin Smith....
Where do you go
When the day is long
And where does your heart beat
And who is wrong

Why do I feel this way
Why do I kneel
How could I let it go
Why do I feel
Why do I feel
Why

Follow me home
Through the, the maze and awn
I'll show you the road
That I led you the wrong way on

Why did I go that way
Why do I steel
How could I let her go
Why do I feel

Oh why did I go that way
Why do I steal
How could I let her go
Why do I feel
Why do I feel
Why

Why
Why did I go that way
Why do I need
How could I let her go
Why do I feel

Oh why did I go that way
How could I steel
Oh how could I
How could I
How could I

How could I
How could I


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"Let It Go" as written by Justin S Furstenfeld

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    General Commenti think it may be about how while he went down the wrong path with drugs and whatever else, he may have dragged someone else down with him. who knows. just my input.
    x_Lyvon April 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's simple. There really are not very many words in this song, but it's easy to get a profound meaning out of it.
    She is gone because he made it that way. He let her go and perhaps didn't realize at the time what he was giving up. Now--later on as time has elapsed--he sees that he's made a mistake, but when they were together he was leading her down a path that wasn't good for her. The things he exposed her to were wrong, but she followed like a puppy because she loved him. Now he's regretting ending it, he's regretting those wrong things that he did and he's wondering why he has to feel this pain. Why can't he just be numb and unaware of it all?
    devilslittlesisteron February 25, 2008   Link
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    General CommentSounds to me like he just broke up with his girlfriend, and it's depressing him. He can't forgive himself for letting her get away, and he thinks it'd be easier if he couldn't feel anything at all.
    ja3688on July 26, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti kinda agree but its nicely sung
    twilightVampireon July 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAgreed, although isn't the lyric:

    Why did I go that way?
    Why do I still?

    It seems it may be his dialect when singing, (such as many artists -- Tori Amos comes immediately to mind) that tend to pronounce words a bit differently, with different phonetics.

    "Why do I steel" may work; why does he act so hard and brusque? Perhaps. But 'why did I go that way; why do I still?' makes better sense, I think.
    mindhuntresson August 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentDefinitely agree with you, mindhundtress. I tend to think the lyrics are "still." Great tune. Saw them in concert last month. Incredible show.
    just liseon November 25, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe lyrics for the second verse are more likely to be,
    "Through the, the maize and awn"

    Awn refers to bristles from grain and maize is another word for corn.

    It would also be neat to see the lyrics cleaned up by capitalizing "i" and filling out "u".


    As for the song's meaning, it does not necessarily have to be a broken relationship. It could be referring to a relationship that never happened at all.
    MrHenon January 29, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentKinda reminds me of what I'm going through with a girl I know.. :/
    ScyKillon July 10, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentbeautifally sang... i luv this song.... they kinda sound like pink floyd in it..
    evil_angel6969on November 02, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentConfusion is the basic theme of the song. He is not sure why he stills feels why he still feels so much emotion for her and at the same time be the one who ended the relationship. He rather not feel this way, not feel at all.
    MrazFanon January 16, 2009   Link

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