"Exit" as written by Mike Degen and S. Moreno....
Yesterday becomes tomorrow leaves you wanting more
So intricate becomes the bathroom floor
And even though you're in a ditch you dig a deeper hole
And I feel like I'm a shovel cause it's out of my control
Promised a change, didn't hear a word from you
Don't hold me back
The exit isn't somewhere in my heart
A promise of pain, we're back to the start
The reason that I still persist it's obvious I care
Been waiting by a door with no one there
It seems like you are locked inside my key don't fit no more
And you're walking on the land mines you laid down before
Promised a change I didn't hear a word from you
Don't hold me back
The exit isn't somewhere in my heart
A promise of pain, we're back to the start


Lyrics submitted by oofus

"Exit" as written by Michael Brian Brook

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    General CommentHe's trying to help someone stop drinking. Match my lines up with the song lines and you'll see.
    The days melt together on a bender,
    wakes up on the bathroom floor
    but starts drinking again
    The friend is powerless

    Promised to quit, never did
    Don't hold me back
    You can't stop a friends addiction just by loving them

    The friend still trys to get them to stop
    Can't get through to them though


    I'm not doing the whole song, but you get the idea. I might be wrong, but I like my interpertation.
    TonyBar3on November 24, 2004   Link
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    General CommentTonyBar..nice interpretation. I agree with you on just about everything.

    I wouldn't be so fast to say that this is just about drinking though...it can be any drug addiction. Although a bathroom does kind of imply that the friend is vomiting, which would be linked with drinking.
    Netszrlon February 06, 2005   Link

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