Who Sang Miss the Pain? Much the Same

Much the Same Quitters Never Win cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2003-5-20
Genre: Rock Pop
Style: Punk
length: 2:23
Lyrics
It's so easy to look outside myself and point out all the blame
I'm saddened when I see a friend no longer acting the same
I wonder how each one of them so easily falls away
But the answer is identical to how I got this way
No longer am I looking to you
In darkness I have remained
The struggling's a thing of the past
And sometimes I miss the pain
That pain is the evidence I'm fighting for a cause
Every temptation a hurdle I know we can cross
But then I let my guard down and the battle is gone
Complacency takes over so I know something's wrong
Help me, help me find my way
I'm tired, I'm tired of living this way
I need you to bring me back home
Because I, because I hate being alone, all alone

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Wish
  • 2 Conclusion
  • 3 New Years
  • 4 Liar
  • 5 Masquerade
  • 6 Hits Home
  • 7 Quitters Never Win
  • 8 One of a Kind
  • 9 Miss the Pain
  • 10 Someday Not Soon
  • 11 Still Falling?
  • 12 Father & Son

  • Release information
    label: A‐F Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    script: Latin