"You cannot hide now
I'll find you somehow
Together we can find new ways to drown"

"All I really want is
A moment of your time
To grant
To give
To make you one with mine
You'll fill this empty space and
I will
Be your outlet
We'll plant
We'll reap
And meet in cruel descent"

"Together we can find new ways to drown"

"You know
You're mine
This madness suits me fine
Your shadow is my comfort 'til the end of time"

"All I really want is
Someone to share with me
This treasure
This gift
This unceasing agony
How could you ever turn back now when
Our failure's so complete
So cold
So far
So dark in here with me"

"Together we can find new ways to drown"

"You know
You're mine
This madness suits me fine
Your shadow is my comfort 'til the end of time
You know
You're mine
This madness suits me fine
Your sadness is my reason to forget what lies inside"

There must be something, something else
Yeah, something, something else
Yeah, something, something else
There must be something else than you

"You cannot hide now
I'll find you somehow
Together we can find new ways to drown"

"You know
You're mine
This madness suits me fine
Your shadow is my comfort 'til the end of time" (2x)

"You know
You're mine
This madness suits me fine
Your sadness is my reason to forget what lies inside"


Lyrics submitted by dceffex

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    General CommentI think this song is about destructive relationships that bring both parties down ("Together we can find new ways to drown"). Sometimes people get into relationships with people because it makes their own lives feel less depressing ("Your sadness is my reason to forget what lies inside").

    It's a tough balance between wanting to help people and getting tied up in their problems. Soon you don't have any time or strength to live your own life.
    sirstevenon April 07, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is Project 86's most amazing song... I just love the chorus, incredible. This one will always stay with me.
    FeLKoNon July 30, 2005   Link
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    General Commentummm.FeLKoN im not judging you but r u a christian ive looked at the lyrics of P86s songs and they just dont seem to talk about God...i dont get
    doin_researchon June 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentPersonally i think Schwab links all his songs, if you knew that already good for you.

    "Let go the Anchor, let go the dead weight"

    Sin is our dead weight, moreso temptation... if you place yourself in a position to be tempted ur just looking for a new way to drown.

    Doin Reasrch... You REALLY NEED TO STOP TALKING WHILE YOUR BEHIND.

    Haven't you ever heard of a LITERARY DEVICE?!??!

    Here's what you do, go buy or borrow a copy of Andrew Schwab (sorry, you prolly don't kno who he is... the lead singer of Project 86. Id assume you to kno that thou) and buy a copy of his book entitled "It's all Down hill from here: On the Road wiht Project 86."

    Then pay attention in Lit class and stop takeing everything literally.
    MetaphoricBulleton December 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI'll learn to spell check on my own time
    MetaphoricBulleton December 10, 2006   Link
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    General Comment&& sorry for my little outbust, it's not ment of rage but more of humor but it's been brought to my attention that's not how it came across.
    Sincerest Apologies
    MetaphoricBulleton December 11, 2006   Link
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    General Commentdoin_research...

    Have you read the Book of Esther? Or the Song of Songs? Neither of them mentions God and they're IN THE BIBLE.
    markedwardon December 20, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti definately think that there might be some sort of spiritual connotation here, although the sisteven's point of view sounds interesting and possibly true as well.

    i'm really late to be coming to this message board. and i surely am not fashionably late either.
    necktieremedyon November 29, 2008   Link

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