"Still Remains" as written by Dean Deleo, Robert Emile Deleo, Eric Kretz and Scott Richard Weiland....
Our bed we live, our bed we sleep
Making love and I become you
Flesh is warm with naked feet
Stabbing thorns and you become me

Oh, I'd beg for you, oh you know I'll beg for you

Pick a song and sing a yellow nectarine
Take a bath I'll drink the water that you leave
If you should die before me ask if you could bring a friend
Pick a flower hold your breath and drift away

She holds my hand, we share a laugh
Sipping orange blossom breezes
Love is still and sweat remains
A cherished gift unselfish feeling

Oh, I'd beg for you, oh you know I'll beg for you

Pick a song and sing a yellow nectarine
Take a bath I'll drink the water that you leave
If you should die before me ask if you could bring a friend
Pick a flower hold your breath and drift away

She tells me things, I listen well
Drink the wine save the water
Skin is smooth I steal a glance
Dragon flies are gliding over

Oh I'd beg for you, oh you know I'll beg for you

Pick a song and sing a yellow nectarine
Take a bath I'll drink the water that you leave
If you should die before me ask if you could bring a friend
Pick a flower hold your breath and drift away


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"Still Remains" as written by Robert Emile Deleo Dean Deleo

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  • +3
    General CommentJesus... not everything is in reference to drugs. I would smack you upside the head if I could...
    c0nstantineon July 24, 2006   Link
  • +3
    General Comment"Take a bath, I'll drink the water that you leave. If you should die before me ask if you can bring a friend." Absolutely the two best lines about being in love I've ever heard.
    Gungadinon October 26, 2014   Link
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    General CommentDoes anyone else think this song has a lot to do with death?

    I think a lot of it is about the person you loving dying. The name itself "Still Remains" has two completely different meanings... one is love still being there and the other is someones dead body. I think scott weiland loves writing these kind of double meaning lyrics--"too much trippin and my soul/sole s worn thin"...

    Anyone know of any other death references in the song or at least agree with me? I'm not really sure, but I've been thinking about it a lot.
    windsofchangeon March 15, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commenta simple love song, Weiland loves a girl so much he will do anything for her..
    treestumpon February 03, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti think it's a song about a girl he's with, letting her know how much he loves doing things with her. it's just a beautifully written simple song, celebrating love
    stonetemplechickon February 20, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Commentwell then fang, it's pretty obvious that you were stupid before you read it and the only one who bites ass here is you. go listen to your nsync records with newfoundfinch and rietz.
    toolapcon May 08, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentDefinately my FAV STP song!
    randamanaeon February 22, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is obviosly a love song, its not really about drugs or death. The quote " if you should die before me ask if you can bring a friend" basiclly stateing that if she "were" to die he'd follow shortly afterward. Its a beautiful song/
    babydefon December 19, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentScotts lyrics are CHARACTERIZED by double meanings and double messages/meanings, but look under love song in the dictionary and you'll find this song. I'd like to think history will look back and find Scott Weiland up there with not only the greatest vocalists in the history of man, but also a profound song writer.
    emsquaredon July 18, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthis is a LOVELY SONG
    mahapanon June 22, 2008   Link

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