Words & Music:

Aaron Lewis

As recorded by Aaron Lewis & Fred Durst


There is a full transcription of this in the March 2001 issue of Guitar World.


[capo 1]  E5  Dsus2  Gm  Am  A  Am  [2x]


A   Am  E5   D6    D        G5      A5

And you, you bring me to my knees.  Yeah.

Am           E5    D                   G5  A5

All this time that I can beg you, please.  Yeah.

Am           E5       D            G5 A5

All them times when I felt insecure.  Yeah.

Am        E5   D                  G5   A5

And I leave my burdens at the door.



                 E                G5

I'm on the outside, I'm looking in.

G5               D                        A

I can see through you, see your true colors.

A                      E                    G5

'Cause inside you're ugly, you're ugly like me.

G5                   D                A   E5 Dsus2 G5 Am A E5 D G5 Am

And I can see through you see the real you.


All this time that I felt like this won't end, was for you.

And I taste what I could never have, it's from you.

All those times that I tried my intentions, full of pride.

And I waste more time than anyone.




All the times that I've cried, all this wasted, it's all inside.

And I feel all this pain, stuffed it down, it's back again.

And I lie here in bed all alone.

I can't mend, and I feel tomorrow will be okay.



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