Of every other song there is on Minutes To Midnight, only Valentine's Day and In Between are still yet due to be performed live. These two are perhaps widely regarded on this forums (not sure about others in particular) as one of the most weakest song on the album. I mean I kind of understand that since its been classified as too "emotional" because of the climax made it too excessive in emotional feelings. Of course I might be one of the few who enjoys the song even though it doesn't relate to me, I follow along the lyrics to compose a story in my head. But anyways enough with me uttering useless words that won't contribute to this post. There's really two main questions or topics in here. The first is on live performance. Does anyone here get a feeling that it won't be played at all simply because... Well, issues of the song? I feel at the least if they don't play the original song they would compose a piano version of Valentine's Day like how they did with Pushing Me Away which can be quite beautiful (yet overdone sometimes). Do you want it performed live? If so of what version? And the second question. Opinions. I want opinions on the song, hopefully some positives or constructive feedback on the flaws rather than just saying "it sucks" without any supporting details or reasons. In my opinion the song can be powerful lyrically (not to all), but the climax brings out too much emotions. Maybe if the song structures were changed and taking out the excessive climax at the end of the song (or at least change it lyrically such as putting some rap in it to make it more causal). The song is alright, but it was just executed improperly in many different areas which prevented it from being at least a decent song.