Readers' Poll: The Best Linkin Park SongsYour picks include 'Crawling,' 'Faint' and 'Papercut'
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10. 'A Place for My Head'
The follow-up to the power-spewing single "In the End" from Hybrid Theory, this stop-start tale of unfulfilled expectations is anchored by a Middle Eastern riff, while Shinoda waxes poetic about owing nothing. Singer Chester Bennington emerges in the chorus to tell the world he "hates when you don't understand."