Today
Today is a new day
Put the pain away today
Tomorrow
Tomorrow's a new way
Your scars will fade someday, someday

The thought of losing you is not an option
The thought of losing you never was
The thought of losing you is not an option
It's not an option

After all this pain
The pain's no more
After all this pain
The pain endured
After all this pain
I'll be sure that the future is bright, you can follow me

Listen up, listen up
You've come a long way
Listen up to the sound
But now there's a new way
For you to forget and rebound

It's now, now, now
Get up, get on your feet
It's now, now, now
You know it worries me when you go

The thought of losing you is not an option
The thought of losing you never was
The thought of losing you is not an option
It's not an option

After all this pain
The pain's no more
After all this pain
The pain endured
After all this pain
I'll be sure that the future is bright, you can follow me

Like a moth within a windstorm
A drowning bee in a pool
Like a fly beneath the swatter
A spider crushed with a shoe

The thought of losing you is not an option
The thought of losing you never was
The thought of losing you is not an option
It's not an option

After all this pain
The pain's no more
After all this pain
The pain endured
After all this pain
I'll be sure that the future is bright, you can follow me


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    General CommentThis is song, like Upon Returning, is about Gavin's sister who is in the military. Listen to the song gain with that in mind.
    lotsoffaceon May 24, 2011   Link
  • -1
    General Commenthypocritical trash. i used to love this band. this song is a disgrace to everything i thought the band stood for.
    yohobroho24on April 01, 2011   Link

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