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This song is by Linkin Park and appears on the EP Underground 11.0 (2011).

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In the dark days, I'll part ways with the blame
Trying to maintain, but it's still all the same, it's all a game
Hear my name in the rain and the pain I wear on my face with a tear stain
You feign fondness
Honestly, it's time to give you a piece of my mind and show you that you're blind
And in the design of the world I call mine
Know that you can't stand on both sides of the line

Everything is my fault
(It's all the same, just pass me the blame)
The problems have two faces

Everything is my fault
(It's all the same, just pass me the blame)
The problems have two faces

Pass all the blame over to me, it will come eventually
Take the time out to examine all these questions honestly

With my eyes shut, I'm seeing the truth in your words
The absurd, slurred into beauty to be heard
You swim through deceit, the lies that you tell
The stories you sell, knowing you well, I keep distance
And every instance you keep your thoughts concealed
What I feel, just another spoke in the wheel
All or nothing, thrown down and trampled by your heel
And eaten away by my own version of the real

Everything is my fault
(It's all the same, just pass me the blame)
The problems have two faces

Everything is my fault
(It's all the same, just pass me the blame)
The problems have two faces

Pass all the blame over to me, it will come eventually
Take the time out to examine all these questions honestly

(Who's to blame?)

Nothing thrown down
(It's all the same, just pass me the blame)
Trampled by your heel
(Play the game and win a tear stain)
Eaten by my own
(Pass the pain, cause you'll feel it if you don't)
Version of the real
(Stop counting til' you've got your own)

Nothing thrown down
(It's all the same, just pass me the blame)
Trampled by your heel
(Play the game and win a tear stain)
Eaten by my own
(Pass the pain, cause you'll feel it if you don't)
Version of the real
(Stop counting til' you've got your own)

Credits

Written by:

Linkin Park

Produced by:

Mike Shinoda

Trivia:

The rhythm in the last verses of the song was reused as the main chorus rhythm in Linkin Park's later song Crawling.

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