"The Way" as written by John Feldmann, George John Ciukerescu, Brendan Stewart Walter, Jonathan Dominic Perry, Daniel John Pawlovich and Shane Austin Henderson....
It was over before you said,
"One step forward, three steps back."
I've been wasting time,
a few more years 'til I question life.
I struggled with answers for every question
to why I've poured myself into this hell.
'Cause all that I've died to save
has slipped right though your ears and into its grave.

If you only knew what I do,
you'd realize there's a curse that's upon you
and I can't stand the way, the way, the way you look at me.
The way, the way, the way, my best is never enough.

I'll tear down the wall that hides me from all of my alibis.
Show me what you loved, isn't it all you thought it was?
For every praise that's sung,
someone hates where it started from.
But what you do defines you.
'Cause all that I've died to save
has slipped right though your ears and into its grave.

If you only knew what I do,
you'd realize there's a curse that's upon you
and I can't stand the way, the way, the way you look at me.
The way, the way, the way, my best is never enough.

I've given my life, I've given my time.
I've given my everything to you.
So now I'm giving you up.
I'm finally getting it right.
I'm done with giving my everything to you.
My best is never enough.

If I'm made of glass, look at me
and see that my past told by the words I scream,
a true reflection, a promise ring.
No matter the pain I feel, something in me,
it's something real that guides me when I sing.

If you only knew what I do,
you'd realize there's a curse that's upon you
and I can't stand the way, the way, the way you look at me.
The way, the way, the way, my best is never enough.
My best is never enough. My best is never enough.
My best is never enough, never enough.


Lyrics submitted by ibemonty2000

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