see my blooded hands
my blooded limbs
can't breath away
for killing sinsdrove me away
give me a sign
my broken faith
you'll never mend

here in your world
i'll see your world
slipping away
i'm hearing my goal
hearing my goal
i'll stomach it

kill me if you can
if your careful me
soaked in your spit
all i could see
my bit of trust
choking on it
walking on lies
it'll come whne your dead

here in your world
i'll see your world
slipping away
i'm hearing my goal
hearing my goal
i'll stomach it

*screams inunderstandibly*

my hands are outside
god knows i've tried
to get them here
i hear them
all i can take from myself

here in your world
i see your world
slipping away
im hearing my goal
hearing my goal
i'll stomach it

*screams*


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Me, You And A Whole Lotta Funk 45s song meanings
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    General Commentwot a fucking kick ass tune. one of the best songs ive heard in a long time, but what is with the title???
    stebugon August 29, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song was originally called Ice Walking and it was a b-side. Last time I saw HifH live I asked Justin and he said it was just the band taking the piss out of themselves. So there you go. This song's wicked and so is the next single. Rock.
    JulianCasablancason September 11, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti still think it should've been called 'you me and a whole load of Jack Daniels' (c) lizzie davies :D
    lauz_infamyon October 12, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthe inaudible scraem, the words have some 2 me, they r
    'i'll stomach it' repeated a few times, does y'all fink i am rite?
    stebugon March 09, 2003   Link
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    General Commentin response to above comment, yeah i'm pretty sure that's what the screams are
    --username--on June 12, 2005   Link

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