"Forced Life" as written by Mark Hunter, Robert Arnold, Jim Lamarca, Chris Spicuzza, Andy Herrick and Jason Hager....
Images still in my head of you dead
I wish I could take them away instead
I sit in my room alone and cry over my loss
Will anything ever be the same?
I wish I could imagine you happy

A life of ecstasy that would be good enough to stop the pain that lingers
In my heart I know I would be content
It's your forced life, doesn't it feel the same to you?
I sit and wonder

While you ponder of pathetic items that bring you happiness
Those things that put a smile to your face
Are the things that kill me inside
I know deep down you have a good heart
But why am I never included in all of this?
I take you in, rise you up, yet my soul stays untouched?

Nothing ever changes in your mind
Nothing ever changes
Stick your hate to me
I'll find a way to break free


Lyrics submitted by -L3tH4L-

"Forced Life" as written by Chris Spicuzza Andy Herrick

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    General CommentThe song was created as a reponse to repeated disappointed we felt by recent recordings by many of chimairas favorite bands.
    rhyan_basson May 27, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthey felt sorry
    rhyan_basson May 27, 2004   Link
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    General Comment"I sit and wonder while you ponder .Over pathetic items that bring you happiness .Those things that put a smile to your face
    Are the things that kill me inside
    I know deep down you have a good heart But why am I never included in all of this "


    i think its about how he despise someone for all the things that someone takes\use\loves which would make him happy (such as drugs or whatever) ..

    and how come that he isnt enough to make that someone happy instead of all the other bullshits...
    dysthymiaxedon January 29, 2008   Link

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