It's alright to cry
It's alright to lean on anyone
It's alright to lie in the bed you've made for everyone

If you ever need someone,
If you ever heed someone
If you ever need me babe, I will be there.

It's alright to die
It's alright to bleed on everyone
It's alright this time
It's all life, you learn from everyone

With every single time you go
...And every single line you blow
Anytime you need me man, I won't be there

(inside the picture of the huge, sterile balck and white diner on a rainy Sunday afternoon in chinatown)

It's all going away now
...All going away now
Going, going...gone
Going, going...gone

It's alright to cry
It's alright to feed on everyone
It's alright to hide,
In your cozy bed from everyone

So anytime you need it man,
Get inside and be it man...
Anytime you call,
Suffer!!!


Lyrics submitted by Sonty, edited by kickdrills

Deep Peace song meanings
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    General CommentBeautiful song with an INCREDIBLY melodic solo.
    mindbesideitselfon July 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is so peaceful, and beautiful.
    Devin sure can make kick ass music!
    Fr1sc0on March 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love how the song like does a complete 180. Devin is GOD!
    Lateral.Uson July 28, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love the guitar solo in this song.
    manlyloveon August 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love too the guitar solo. This song is very beautiful. Just wow.
    Velnaon November 17, 2007   Link
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    General Commentalas, the song that saved me.

    believe it or not, i used to skip through the whole solo just to focus on his lyrics....

    but later on i found the beauty in the solo, too.

    on the Safe Zone dvd, its really breathtaking when you see the drummer (of DTB) Ryan VP, who is tapping away on the cymbals, matching the solo note-for-note. Really impressive.
    chiiildon October 18, 2008   Link

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