"Storm" as written by Bob Marlette, Joseph Scott Sappington, Christopher Jon Dabaldo, Wayne A. Swinny, David A. Novotny and Paul Allen Crosby....
Life is like a melody, sang deep within my soul, sang deep within to me.
And all these chains that shackle me.
They won't let me take control
They want to take control of me.
I've got to rise above my life.
To find the reason I'm alive.
I'll save myself, I'm all alone.
I've opened my heart to see there's nobody home.
It's up to me, I'm on my own.
The message of life is turning
Facing the storm.
Life is filled with your memory.
You were deep within my heart.
You were deep with inside of me.
With all this pain that I'm wrapped around.
If there's a heaven up above,
I see the angels falling down
I've got to rise above my life.
To find the reason I'm alive.
I'll save myself, I'm all alone.
I've opened my heart to see there's nobody home.
It's up to me, I'm own my own.
The message of life is turning
Facing the storm.


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"Storm" as written by Christopher Jon Dabaldo Bob Marlette

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    General CommentI'm very surprised to see no comments for this song. IMO, this is the most touching song Saliva ever wrote. The lyrics are just tremendous.

    The song appears to be about losing someone very close to you, and trying to put back to pieces of your life to move on.
    jason16on July 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think its about a man who all his life hasn't been in control of his own life, and he's become dependant on it. But he realizes that its absurd for one person to save another, you've got to save yourself.
    worstenemyon August 30, 2006   Link

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