"interlude: Moving On" as written by and Hayley Williams Taylor York....
Let 'em have their time
Sit back and let 'em shine
Let 'em rise and rise
'Cause one day they're gonna fall

Let 'em soak in the sun
Sit back and let 'em have their fun
Let 'em spill their guts
'Cause one day they're gonna slip on 'em

Well I could be angry but you're not worth a fight
And besides, I'm moving on
I've counted to ten and I'm feeling alright
And besides, I'm moving on

Let 'em play their songs
Let 'em say what's right and wrong
Let 'em do their thing
'Cause it'll never be you and me

We got our own style
We got a way of living life
If they can't get down
Well, we don't need them around

Well I could be angry but you're not worth a fight
And besides, I'm moving on
I've counted to ten and I'm feeling alright
And besides, I'm moving
Yes, I'm moving
Besides, I'm moving on


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"Interlude: Moving On" as written by Taylor York Hayley Williams

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  • +1
    My OpinionAnyone else think this could be about the Farro brothers?
    xxohitisloveon April 30, 2013   Link
  • +1
    My InterpretationJust getting over people who have brought you down and leaving them to their own fate. "Let 'em spill their guts 'cause one day they're gonna slip on them." Just do what you think is right and let the people who let you down make their own mistakes. They're in the past now.
    ENxoxoon May 03, 2013   Link
  • 0
    General CommentA short and catchy song, simply about ignoring all the negative and finding new ways to keep moving on, never looking back.
    cosmickisson June 01, 2013   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI agree with xxohitislove, this song seems like a thinly veiled potshot at the Farro brothers, especially since immediately after leaving, they went on the offensive and tried to "spill their guts" about how bad working with Hayley Williams was.
    zeeshineon January 17, 2015   Link

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