|"Time Is Running Out"|
|Single by Papa Roach|
|from the album The Paramour Sessions|
|Recorded||December 2005–May 2006 at the|
|Studio||Paramour Mansion, Hollywood, California|
"Time Is Running Out" is the seventh track from Californian rock band Papa Roach's fifth album, The Paramour Sessions . The song is also available as a downloadable track for the Rock Band games.
|U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks||17|
|U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks||15|
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