"My Life In The Suicide Ranks" as written by and Ian/orzabal Stanley....
My life, my life in the suicide ranks
My life, my life in the suicide ranks
My life, my life in the suicide ranks
My life, my life in the suicide ranks
My life, my life in the suicide ranks
My life, my life in the suicide ranks

I used to call it
Are you still precious
Love for your mother
Wine on the carpet
All in the breaks of dawn
You'll find the widest while you came
That let the dress...'

My life, my life in the suicide ranks
My life, my life in the suicide ranks
My life, my life in the suicide ranks
Love me like a child, no one tells me why.
My life, my life in the suicide ranks
My life, my life in the suicide ranks

My life, my life in the suicide ranks
My life, my life in the suicide ranks

Whoah, thank you for the help but
Well, the high road is the low road!
Tell me what do you think this is
Who know better all of a talk
...
... or the crow
Will you hold me, will you shake me
Will you think you're all alone'
Well you don't look for your health in the color of your skin'
I open up let the darkness come in'

My life, my life in the suicide ranks
My life, my!, .. ooh!

... the suffering!


Lyrics submitted by ruben

"My Life in the Suicide Ranks" as written by Ian Stanley Chris Hughes

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing

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    General CommentThis can really put you in a strange mood when you are drunk. I think it is about an insane person that is having a nervous breakdown. The weird synth sounds in the background and the singer breaking down and ranting insanely towards the end is very creative.
    destructingparabolaon July 21, 2007   Link

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