"Hold On" as written by Wesley Louden Borland, Leor Dimant, John Everett Otto, Samuel Robert Rivers, William Frederick Durst and Scott Richard Weiland....
You keep your distance,
I can't deny you.
I got the feeling, can't satisfy you.
I got your picture on the wall.
I got the picture long gone.
You keep your wishes, (keep you wishes)
I'll keep my feelings.
There goes along the one that kept me breathing.
I'm waiting for you,
I know your leaving.
I still adore you.
You never need me.

Hold on.
I've found another way to let you go, away.
Hold on.
You've find another way to play my soul, away.

The things you told me,
To hear you speak.
I'm burning slowly,
I'm growing weak.
You bring me closer to, yesterday,
Yesterday's a million miles away.
Why can't you hear me?
Why can't I sleep?
And I don't understand what keeps me breathing.
I'm waiting for you. (im waitin for you)
I know you're leaving,
I'll still adore you,
You never need me.

Hold on.
I've found another way to let you go, away.
Hold on.
You've find another way to play my soul, away.

Hold on.
I've found another way to let you go, away.
Hold on.
You've find another way to BLEED my soul, away.
Hold on.
I've found another way to let you go, away.
Hold on.
You've find another way to BLEED my soul, away.
Hold on.
Hold on.
Hold on.
Hold on.



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"Hold On" as written by Leor Dimant Wesley Louden Borland

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    General CommentThis is my fave song by limp it shows that fred durst can sing instead doing all this rap crap he does and its a good song anyway
    ThE DuDe WiTh A WiGon February 23, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song is about breaking up and how you want it to stay but its inevitable, it was my theme song when i broke up with my first g/f
    Kdog30001on April 17, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song is without a doubt the best bizkit song. Most of their songs are crap but scott weiland really does well in this song aswell.
    hansdude84on April 26, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is a great song...the beginning is really great...and i agree that it's about breaking up and still loving someone.
    linkkon April 26, 2002   Link
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    General Commentwhen you know youre losing someone, and there's nothing you can do about it :(
    Virrrrgoon May 27, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis is one of the best bizkit songs and it's great when you just wanna chill. i've never really liked slow songs except 4 Cailin by Unwritten Law (Scott Russo is hot but u can kick a field goal between his teeth) but this one is great. it's good to hear him actually sing instead of yelling or rapping.
    surfy_chicon June 09, 2002   Link
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    General CommentA great tune, true that Fred doesn't have to scream to be on form. The rap stuff is cool, but this is the shit!
    M20on September 04, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe rap stuff sucks. Why doesn't he just use his singing talent? They would actually be a credible band... and Wes probably would have stayed... not that he was anything great anyway.
    eeyore1883on September 04, 2002   Link
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    General CommentWhat I think is that it's about when you say you hate someone, but they die, and then you realise that deep down you loved them. "Hold on, I find another way to let you go, away" - the "another way" is ending it happily.

    muziana. x
    muzianaon September 06, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song i personally thought was about someone that died. mainly just by a rough guess. but i must admit this song is bomb!! ive always said to mates "if i die (heaven forbid), i want this song played my funeral." it calms you in way i spose. but it gives feeling in certain perspective!! but even though Fred is still cool wit his rappin, this is by far one of his best.

    Fordy
    Fordyon September 17, 2002   Link

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