You look awake and I can’t let go.
But those eyes are blank, and you can’t be free from yourself.
A room dressed in white, but you’ll never know.
I stand by your side. And you can’t be free from yourself.

And all it s well that ends well, alright.
As car pass by all night.
And I can see you right, but you can’t.

Stick the tubes all the way in.
To fill you up again.
And I’ll be there at the end. At your will.

You look awake and I can’t let go.
But those eyes are blank, and you can’t be free from yourself.
A room dressed in white, but you’ll never know.
I, stand at your side. And you can


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    General Comment(i once wrote out the lyrics myself and they got bastardized around the web not much wrong with this one, just small corrections)

    And you look awake and I can’t let go.
    But those eyes are blank, and you can’t be free from yourself.
    A room dressed in white, but you’ll never know.
    I stand at your side.

    You can’t be free from yourself.

    And all is well that ends well, alright.
    As cars pass by all night.
    And I can see your right, but you can’t.

    Stick the tubes all the way in.
    To fill you up again.
    And I’ll be there at the end.
    At your will.

    And You look awake and I can’t let go.
    But those eyes are blank, and you can’t be free from yourself.
    A room dressed in white, but you’ll never know.
    I stand at your side.
    And you can’t be free from yourself.
    rush68on April 26, 2004   Link
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    General Commentto me this sounds like he's being there for someone that has an eating disorder... "Stick the tubes all the way in.
    To fill you up again." But how would I know! <3
    fuckingglowon May 21, 2004   Link
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    General CommentSounds like he's talking about someone in a coma or on life support or something.
    Maggot Princeon May 04, 2007   Link

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