"My Frustration" as written by Bradley James Fafara, Mike Cox, Rayna Foss and Miguel Rascon....
Where was I when god had shown
How to make a happy home

Lie in bed and sleep don't come
Have some peace then give me some
And I know the reason why you hold me down
I won't let this fear of loss make me drown

In my bed I lie alone
Scrape together bone to bone
And I can't seem to seem to find my way
I can't seem to find the break of day

I'll stay just a step away

Where was I when god had shown
How to make a happy home
And I have become my worst enemy
I will survive this instability

In my bed I lie alone
Scrape together bone to bone
Again I have become my worst enemy
I will survive this instability

I need to breathe the breath of life
You constantly drain my life
Why can't you see the breath in me
I constantly need your need
My butterfly don't fly away

If I could just take this simple breath of life from
Me
You couldn't take it motherfucker eternity
If I could take this breath of life and come inside
Of me
You wouldn't take it, I need to breathe

As I creep the monkey's back
Now she's gone and oh he's back
And I know the reason why you hold me down
I won't let this fear of loss make me drown

I will stay, I'll stay
I will stay, I'll stay


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"My Frustration" as written by Miguel Rascon Bradley James Fafara

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    General CommentIt's about Dez's divorce with his wife.
    Harry Manbackon June 18, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe title basically describes it. But yeah, I think it does have some referece to his wife whem he says "My butterfly, don't fly away". And "I, need to breathe, the breath of life. You, constantly, drain my life". That's referencing the fact that his ex-wife didn't want him to be in the band, but he joined back in 1995 ending their marriage.
    DavidR12798on November 14, 2014   Link

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