"For You, and Your Denial" as written by William Ryan Key, Ryan Michael Mendez, Sean T. O'donnell, Longineu Warren Iii Parsons and Sean Michael Wellman-mackin....
It's 4 a.m., you call to spit some fire out
But did you think that I would listen to you now?
It's nothing new so get in line with all the rest
And I will wait till you realize you're out of breath

Can you hear the crowd?
They all go wild
For you and your denial
They're watching you break down (break down)
Hate me all you want,
I'll be okay
I'm half the world away
I'm letting you go now (go now)

You've got sadness twisted up with jealousy
You show your fists to make them look like loyalty
And I have seen what holding on can take away
If it's the past you love then that's where you can stay

Can you hear the crowd?
They all go wild
For you and your denial
They're watching you break down (break down)
Hate me all you want,
I'll be okay
I'm half the world away
I'm letting you go now (go now)
Go now (go now)

Desperation kills
But when it's on your sleeve you wear it well
Underneath it all
You'll always have this war inside yourself

I'm letting you go now (go now)
Can you hear the crowd?
They all go wild
For you and your denial
They're watching you break down (break down)
Hate me all you want,
I'll be okay
I'm half the world away
I'm letting you go now (go now)
Go now (go now)
Go now (go now)
Go now (go now)


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"For You, And Your Denial" as written by Ryan Michael Mendez Longineu Warren Iii Parsons

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  • +7
    General CommentAmazing song! Cant wait for the new album.
    "It was inspired by a late night voicemail I received from a disgruntled fan. I am not sure how he got my phone number, but he had a whole lot of angry thoughts to share about the choices I've made that he didn't like. I basically used that as fuel to write a song for anyone who is trying to overcome the fear of what others think about them. I think many people struggle with that every day and this song is to remind them that they can accomplish anything they put their mind to, and in order to do that you have to put other people's negativity out of your mind." -Ryan Key
    xlivingthedreamxon February 09, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General CommentRyan Key keeps on getting better and better with his lyrics. I can't wait for the new album.
    highwaytosomewhereon November 24, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSo in love. So stoked.
    I think this song is about letting go of someone who's still holding on.
    heydeborahon January 17, 2011   Link
  • 0
    My OpinionWell done
    it's so great to hear a song where we can say f**** off to those who are trying to screw up our lives^^ recently I sang the line "hate me all you want I'll be OK I'm half the world away" while I was next to a girl who deeply dislikes me. And since we're both French she just thought I was singing a love song and asked me to stop with it. ^^ I just replied that this song was the precise definition of all the love she inspires me...
    phoenixgirlon May 20, 2011   Link
  • -1
    General CommentDefinitely about a former band member... anybody who was around pre-hiatus that isn't back I would assume.
    joe.is.cool12on January 20, 2011   Link
  • -1
    General CommentThis song makes me so happy that I want to brush my teeth.
    I am in DENIAL that there rotting out!
    in2sighton April 04, 2012   Link
  • -2
    General CommentI think this is about a girl who is breaking up with him and he thinks that what she is doing is wrong for them, all her friends (the crowd) are happy for her for breaking up with him and now he is trying to move on

    sick song can't wait for the new album!
    lineandsinker62on January 19, 2011   Link

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