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Going Down is a song written by Tyler Joseph for his solo project, No Phun Intended and was written sometime around Joseph's senior year of high school in 2007-08. It was leaked on Clyp, an audio streaming platform on July 2nd, 2018. A few minutes later, the link produced an error saying the file was missing and it was posted to Youtube.

Lyrics

We’re going down
We’re going down
Down
It takes a sound
To break her down

Have you ever heard the outside calling?
Have you ever heard the trees singing their song?
Have you ever tasted the ray of the sun
and have you ever held a moons glow?

Why do I feel scared in the morning?
The suns up and everybody's moving on
and maybe we all feel alone,
even though we have our telephones

And we destroy a part of us everytime we blink an eye
And now its time for all of us to know that
We’re going down
Down
We’re going down
It takes a sound
To break her down

Alright
Normality, conformity,
stillness, fake faith and forgery,
all seem to be a major key,
to rob the day,
the day will seem to be a melting dream,
that we once had,
but now the dream is weak,
but now that we all see
that we have fallen down,
we just might be alive
and able to describe the reason
why we cry, it means to an end that we die,
fall just to fly,
fly 'cause we're free
free 'cause I know I've seen the end of me,
so we need to know
that we are going down to seize our crowns
and everybody here will sing a sound,
we once were lost but now we're found.
And we destroy a part of us
Every time we blink an eye
And now its time for all of us
To know that we're going down

Have you ever tasted a ray of sun
And have you ever held a moon's glow
Why do I feel scared in the morning?
The sun's up and everybody's moving on
And we're going down
And we're going down

We're going down
We're going down
It takes a sound
To break them down

Down
We're going down
We're going down
It takes a sound
To break them down

Have you ever heard the outside calling
Have you ever heard the trees singing their song
Have you ever tasted a ray of sun
And have you ever held a moon's glow