"Roads Untraveled" as written by Chester Charles Bennington, Robert G. Bourdon, Brad Delson, Mike Shinoda, Dave Farrell and Joseph Hahn....
Weep not for roads untraveled
Weep not for paths left lone
'Cause beyond every bend is a long blinding end
It's the worst kind of pain I've known

Give up your heart left broken
And let that mistake pass on
'Cause the love that you lost wasn't worth what it cost
And in time you'll be glad it's gone

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa,
whoa, whoa

Weep not for roads untraveled
Weep not for sights unseen
May your love never end and if you need a friend,
There's a seat here alongside me

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa,
Whoa, whoa

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"Roads Untraveled" as written by Chester Charles Bennington Brad Delson

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    General CommentIn my opinion, this is the best song on Living Things.

    This song is so beautiful because it implies NOT to dwell on what could have been or NOT to dwell on "what if I had done something different." Not knowing what could have been is one of the worst pains one can suffer through. It truly eats at the core of you and Mike is convincing when he sings it. This song is also about moving on and knowing in time you'll be glad that the relationship (whatever it may be) you had is gone. Your time is not worth on this person who left you or caused the breakup. I like how the end also implies that Mike knows your pain and you and him can share your pain together. In my case, my name ex left a gaping whole in my life when she steered our relationship into the ground over distance(school). This song was much needed about 5 years ago.

    Thank you Linkin Park
    iDweavon June 21, 2012   Link

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