"Tired" as written by and Pedro Paixao Sergio Crestana....
Maybe I am the man with those mystic two heads
one facing down, the other facing back
but I don't know who I am
and you still don't know who I am

Maybe I am the man with the legendary four hands
To finger, to heal, crave and strangulate
but I don't know who I am
and you still don't know who I am

I am exhausted of returning to a place I've never been
I am exhausted of returning from a place I've never been

Maybe I am the man of the universal two words
The lie and the lie, the scorn and the scorn
You want to know how I am
To forgive me what I am

I am exhausted of returning to a place I've never been
I am exhausted of returning from a place I've never been

I forgot who I am but I am too tired to be it
I forgot who I am but I am too tired to live/leave it

I am exhausted of returning to a place I've never been
I am exhausted of returning from a place I've never been


Lyrics submitted by Idan

"Tired" as written by Pedro Paixao Fernando Ribeiro

Lyrics © MEMORY LANE MUSIC GROUP

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    General CommentThis song is so awesome. When I started listening to it for the first time, I felt it was about the exhaustion an apathetic person feels when he/she has to live. You know, when you're apathetic, life seems to be very tiring and exhausting.

    Of course, the exhaustion could be caused by things far more deeper than the above mentioned thingy. I just have to figure it out, well I might already have an idea but I just can't put it into words yet...my entire life stopped after listening to this song for 3-4 weeks (depression kicked in), so I didn't really have the opportunity to decipher it. Hopefully, I will be able sooooon!

    The Crippled Climber will mend his limbs and climb faster than ever! His thirst for excellence seems to have been rekindled a bit. This time no more paralyzing perfectionism. :)
    CrippledClimberon September 05, 2009   Link

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