Kris Allen - The Truth Ft. Pat Monahan (Train)

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August 18, 2010 Kris Allen goes to the desert in a music video for his latest single "The Truth". Directed by Aaron Plat, the clip also features performance scene from Allen's collaborator Pat Monahan and a brief appearance from female model Cindy Vela. This video is made only to promote the artist. Content is copyrighted and property to their respective owners!.

April 24, 2010 The Truth (Radio Edit) - Kris Allen f/That Dude From Train. The Truth is the second single by pop rock singer Kris Allen, from his self titled album. By now all of you are familiar with Kris’ song “The Truth”, from his debut album. Its already a classic, but its about to get even better. Streaming on the site right now (in the top right hand corner) is a brand new version of the song featuring none other than Pat Monahan from Train. This video is made only to promote the artist. Content is copyrighted and property to their respective owners!. The video should be accessible on this site from every country. the The Truth  - Kris Allen f/That Dude From Train Official Music Video will be available soon on this site.

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Kris Allen - "The Truth" featuring Pat Monahan Lyrics:

Lyin’ next to you
Wishing I could disappear, hey
Let you fall asleep
And vanish out into thin air, hey

It’s the elephant in the room
And we pretend that we don’t see it
It’s the avalanche that looms
Above our heads, but we don’t believe it

Tryin’ to be perfect
Tryin’ not to let you down, yeah
Honesty is honestly
The hardest thing for me right now, yeah

While the floors underneath our feet are crumblin’
The walls we built together tumblin’
I still stand here holdin’ up the roof
‘Cause it’s easier than telling the truth

I still keep your photographs
I remember how we used to laugh
I can keep on losin’ sleep
If you’re okay with being torn in half

It’s the elephant in the room
And we pretend that we don’t see it
It’s an avalanche that looms
Above our heads but we don’t believe it

Tryin’ to be perfect
Tryin’ not to let you down, yeah
Honesty is honestly
The hardest thing for me right now, yeah

While the floors underneath our feet are crumblin’
The walls we built together tumblin’
I still stand here holdin’ up the roof
‘Cause it’s easier than telling the truth

Stop ignoring that our hearts are mourning
And let the rain come in
Stop pretending that it’s not ending
And let the end begin, oh yeah

Tryin’ to be perfect,
Tryin’ not to let you down, yeah
Honesty is honestly
The hardest thing for me right now, yeah

While the floors underneath our feet are crumblin’
The walls we built together tumblin’
I still stand here holdin’ up the roof
‘Cause it’s easier than telling the truth

It’s easier than telling the truth
Lyin’ next to you
Wishing I could disappear, hey
Let you fall asleep

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  • jmk

    It's not as good as the original recording, What was the point og changing it? I Know Pat Monahan wrote the song and if he wanted to record the song for himself, then he should have done just that. They could have found another song foe Kris, They need to let Kris do his own thing. He is very talented and does not need help singing. If this becomes a joke,Do Not blame Kris.