"Drown" as written by Jeffrey B. Atkins and Marcus Vest....
I feel your reflection
But your a stranger to me
I saw you staring back now
Your shadow right next to me
Can you be
My enemy
My disease
Looking through
What's left of you
To hold on to
Drowning
Hold my head down under
Wading
You touch what you can't feel
You ought to break my silence
You know you have too much to loose
You think that you're so homely
You think your breaking me in two
Cover me
In misery
And anything
I'm still here
Your still here
Am I still here?
Drowning
Hold my head down under
Wading
You touch what you can't feel
(Perversion) 2X
Drown in silence
In my violence
Drown in silence
Things are better left undone
Can you be
My enemy
My disease
Looking through
What's left of you
To hold on to
Drowning
Hold my head down under
Wading
You touch what you can't feel
(Perversion)
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"Drown" as written by Marcus Vest Jeffrey B. Atkins

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    General Commentwow...no comments...and this is one of my faves.

    pretty much i think the song refers to someone being tormented by an internal or external force, like their past/previous self/schizophrenic/violent side. That they're trying to get away from this other side, fighting to gain control.
    Darkeron January 14, 2007   Link

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