"All for Nothing" as written by Branden Galvin Langhals, John William Mcginty and Mark Robert Woodbridge....
I hear it wasn’t working.
You pressed your hips up, you’ve got attention.
The room feels empty.
It’s overcoming, it’s overcoming.

The spotlights on, can you feel the pressure?
The walls are caving at your discretion.
Can’t you predict all his intentions?
All for nothing.

By the grace of all, we can’t be judged by God.

You wanted a change in the relationship.
The relationship, it’s all for nothing.
You wanted a change in the relationship,
The relationship. I’m always holding on.

Your first trials over.
He’s got your clothes off, he’s waited so long.
I bet you feel deserving.
You’re rotting in your own decision.

The spotlights on, can you feel the pressure?
The walls are caving at your discretion.
Can’t you predict all his intentions?
All for nothing.

By the grace of all, we can’t be judged by God.

You wanted a change in the relationship.
The relationship, it’s all for nothing.
You wanted a change in the relationship,
The relationship. I’m always holding on.

By the grace of all, we can’t be judged by God.
By the grace of all, we can’t be judged by God.

You wanted a change in the relationship.
The relationship, it’s all for nothing.
You wanted a change in the relationship,
The relationship. I’m always holding on.

You wanted a change in the relationship.
The relationship, it’s all for nothing.
You wanted a change in the relationship,
The relationship. I’m always holding on.


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    My InterpretationI personally think that this song is mostly about sex, and when a couple makes the decision that they want to let it get that far.
    This song seems to be more about teenagers, in the fact that it seems like they almost feel a little guilty, because their parents, teachers, etc. are always telling them this is so wrong.
    wir_sterben_niemalson April 28, 2009   Link

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