"The Climb" as written by Cameron Keym, Salvatore Mignano, Douglas Michael Robinson and Joseph Philip Zizzo....
Waiting for someone to save me tonight but I've been waiting for nothing
Waiting for someone to save me tonight but I've been waiting for nothing
Waiting for someone to save me tonight but I've been waiting for nothing
Movement has stopped us all.

All alone. All alone, movement has stopped us now all alone tortured tonight.
Watching inside I hear them call 'how could you?'
They sputter words 'better trading walls' (how could you?)

I'd rather burn in hell alone (how could you?)
I'd rather feel tortured alone (someone save me)

Waiting for someone to save me tonight but I've been waiting for nothing
Waiting for someone to save me tonight but I've been waiting for nothing
Waiting for someone to save me tonight but I've been waiting for nothing
Movement has stopped us all.

All alone. All alone, movement has stopped us now all alone tortured tonight.
Watching inside I hear them call 'how could you?'
They sputter words 'better trading walls' (how could you?)
I'd rather burn in hell alone (how could you?)
I'd rather feel tortured alone (someone save me)


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"The Climb" as written by Douglas Michael Robinson Cameron Keym

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    General CommentThe lyrics of this song arem't really that impressive, but the "how could you?" hook and the guitars and drums accompanying the chorus are awesome.
    residuumon August 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentFavorite song on the album, along with Big Breakdown, Day 3 and Listen Close
    DarthFly0on August 31, 2006   Link
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    General Commentbest sawng on the album. along with don't hold back... new album sounds fucking amazing.
    DCswindleon February 14, 2009   Link

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