"This Time" as written by Bruce Roberts, Allee Willis and Richard Simmons....
Unsure of yourself, you stand divided now
Which road will lead you there?

Last time you fell and you hit hard
Your wounds have healed by now but you still see your scars, yeah

But it's not the way it used to be right now
You've come so far to just let this go, my friend

Don't go out the same way you did the last time
You'll break when you fall
Don't make the same mistakes you did all over
You've got to believe in yourself this time

Live on, live it up today
This life's your cup so drink it up I say, yeah

Say it's mine, so give it all up to me now
And walk that line, don't let this go, my friend

Don't go out the same way you did the last time
You'll break when you fall
Don't make the same mistakes you did all over
You've got to believe in yourself this time, this time

Life's your cup, life's your cup, drink it up
Life's your cup, life's your cup

The same way you did the last time
You'll break when you fall
Don't make the same mistakes you did all over
You've got to believe in yourself

The same way you did the last time
You'll break when you fall
Don't make the same mistakes you did all over
You've got to believe in yourself this time


Lyrics submitted by jebus81

"This Time" as written by Matthew Darrick Roberts Bradley Kirk Arnold

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

This Time song meanings
Add your thoughts

10 Comments

sort form View by:
  • +2
    General Commentwell, first of all, this song has so much meaning and memory attached to it. the first time i heard it was last year in october or november. the cd finished, but i was doing homework, so i didn't take note. and then i stopped dead. i heard notes that were so beautiful and amazing i thought there was an angel in the room singing. and the first thought that came to mind was "why the hell is this track hidden?" it's the best one on the cd and it's so emotional. in the following weeks, the boy i was in love with had a running joke that he was going to commit suicide. he never did, but everytime i heard this song, it reminded me of him and if i sang along with it, it felt like i was talking him out of it. to be honest, he was a stupid jock that got everything he wanted and eventually moved far away, giving me hell in the process. (we never went out.) but other things have happened to me when i was listening to the song and it's taken on an entirely new meaning now. the new meaning is a little raw, but that's what the song is. it's so raw. this, ladies and gentlemen, is the best of three doors down.
    screaming_angelon September 02, 2006   Link

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain