"The Fallout" as written by and Myles R Kennedy....
I never meant to hurt you
But knew I someday would
It's like I built myself a cabin
With matches between the wood
And I'll be damned if I am happy
And you will pay the price
Strong becomes the liar
When he believes his own advice

[Bridge]
I've got this one beat
I've got this one beat
Rain come fall on me

[Chorus]
Baby
From the fallout
Hear me call out
I got this one beat
From the fallout
Hear me call out
I got this one beat

It's empty in the open
Days apart from you
Ashes trace the skyline
Of this burnout cabin too
And I'll be damned if you forget me
In this fire, I'll save your place
And keep it cool while I think of you
In the smoke I see your face

[Bridge]

[Chorus]

In the fallout
The fallout [Repeat: x3]
In the fallout

Is this how its gonna be
Bending daylight here with me
You know the aftermath
Is hard than it seems
Is this how its got to be
In the fallout x2
The fallout, yeah
I'm alone in the fallout, yeah

They say the sky is falling
Are the angels coming too?
I'm gonna catch 'em if they come
Catch 'em as they fall
Climb on top this tower
Get me closer to the sky
I'll bring my memories back
Save 'em all for you

In the fallout
The fallout [Repeat: x3]

You can hear me call out
From that fallout
You can hear me call,
Save me, save me from the enemy
Come save me, save me from these broken things

The fallout


Lyrics submitted by oldmantime1189

"The Fallout" as written by Marc Andrew Roberge

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    General CommentAgreed with Luke, however to me it seems like he hurt someone he was close to. With that it's obvious he feels sorry about it, and he wants to get back with her also he doesn't want her to forget about him.
    Devon_FLon August 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is REALLY good, I would say lyrically it's top 4 of all their songs along with 52-50, Untitled and Heard the World.
    AllAboutTimingon November 13, 2008   Link

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