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  1. Life will come our way,
    It has only just begun.
    The world will die alone
    The frail will fall below.

    Time will take our place.
    We return it back to one
    The calm before the cold,
    The long and lonely road.

    Look for the light that leads me home.

    Tired of feeling lost, tired of letting go.
    Tear the whole world down, tear the whole world down.
    Failure.

    Drive the cloud away,
    We will fall from last to none.
    The dark before the dawn,
    The world will carry on.

    Look for the light that leads me home.

    Tired of feeling lost, tired of letting go.
    Tear the whole world down, tear the whole world down.
    Tired of wasted breath, tired of nothing left.
    Tear the whole world down, tear the whole world down.
    Failure.

    Tired of feeling lost, tired of letting go.
    Tear the whole world down, tear the whole world down.
    Tired of wasted breath, tired of nothing left.
    Tear the whole world down, tear the whole world down.

    We bury the sunlight (Failure), we bury the sunlight (Failure).
    Failure! Failure.
    We bury the sunlight (Failure), we bury the sunlight (Failure).
    Failure! Failure.

    Failure.

  2. best band ever, without a doubt, the meaning of their songs, the variety, the chilling vocalic howls of desperation by Ben. the clean guitar riffs and percussion work, this band is the best band ever. Don't write them off because they are "modern rock", their music is soothing, lyrics are thought provoking, i could go on. The most complete and best band ever. Thank you Breaking Benjamin! that is all

  3. I remember hearing Polyamorous on my clock/radio for the first time when I was 13, I didn't find out who they were until I heard So Cold years later because they didn't say what the band was. I remember getting We Are Not Alone on Christmas a year or two later and then Phobia on my 17th birthday, I was completely addicted to the stuff. Then in 2009 I got Dear Agony and holy shit I blared it for weeks. then… the hiatus, the moment I first heard this song started I was balling, like for real crying my 26 year old ass off. It wasn't their best album, my faves were Phobia and Dear Agony, but damn was I ever so excited for music. It really saddens me in those five years my tastes have changed a bit, Chevelle's the mistress to my ears, but that youth appeal is gone so dbd will sadly never feel like the previous four albums, I no longer have teen angst and young adult depression that together brought me very close to Breaking Benjamin. I am no longer defeated as well Ben, thank you for the years and even though I will never feel the same way I use to about bb I will always listen and support the band.

  4. Who does not love this song it's AWESOME I listen to it every day who hates it if they hate it there failures don't tell me there not cuz who ever hates this song is a failure

  5. As someone with a chronic illness, Ben is such an inspiration and motivation to keep going. I know it sounds corny when I say his songs have gotten me thru some rough stuff, but it's fucking true. I can't tell you how many times these songs have picked me back up or just gave me the fuck it jam I needed. Thanks Ben ??

  6. I am a black female and this is the first song that I have heard that got me into rock music. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS SONG! And every time someone asks me what music I like and I say rock and pop music, they're all shocked and stuff and ask why I do, or say that it's "white people music". That's why I don't like people. Tbh there is only around maybe three black people I know that listened to rock music and I think it's awesome. Every time someone judges rock music and asks me why I listen to rock music, with faces that say "ew, you're black. You're not supposed to listen to that music", I feel like asking them why they listen to the music they play today. Rock music is AWESOME and on BB's web page, the last time I saw it, on the side was a Facebook comment that said "who says black people can't listen to rock music?" Well, something like that. What I am trying to say is that, through my experience and how many times I wanted to punch them in the face, it doesn't matter what color you are to listen to what type of music you like. When people ask me that, I'm like, go ask Eminem why he's a rapper.

    I'm black and I'm proud…of myself and rock music. I chose to add this comment to this song, because this was the first song that I have listened to to get into rock music. And I would like to thank my old friends for annoying me and saying they like rock music. I got curious and wanted to see what was so special about. Now I know. Well, it was mainly one friends, who turned out to be a jerk, but that's for another song. Why I said "old friends" is because of a girl I met that said she liked rock music. So, yeah.

    So glad I got that off my chest. Well, um, do great song. You'll like it.

    Loves and Kisses

    Mysteria

    P. S

    I call myself that sometimes. I would have put my nickname, but didn't feel like it.

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