"Self Destructive Pattern" as written by Jonathan Santos, Soren Sarkisyan, Robert Garcia, Thomas Decker and Brad Kane....
Feel the tension of rejection
Bleach it out with therapy
The confusion exclusion
Turns into my deformity

Never trust it, maladjusted
I've become my own worst enemy
The aggravation in my fixation
Keeps it all controlled inside of me

See it all collapsing, it's all around me
This condition is killing me
The isolation still surrounds me
In remission but it's killing me

It's what I can't control
What I can't control
What I can't control in me

Born again I feel so hollow
Torn again my senses fade
Mourn again without the sorrow
Born again without the blame

Force a new solution, it's all inside me
In remission but it's killing me
Evolution is divided
In remission but it's killing me

I can't increase the treatment
It won't suppress the feelings
Or stop the way I'm getting
Used to the pain

Breaking down
Self-destructive pattern


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"Self-Destructive Pattern" as written by Jonathan Santos Brad Kane

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    General CommentI think this song is about a condition which releases lots of anger and emotion, and the only way to controll this anger is to take medication.

    "I can't increase the treatment
    It won't suppress the feelings
    Or stop the way I'm getting used to the pain"

    he is saying that he hates they way he feels before taking the medication but he hates the way he feels when he has taken it.. By saying it feels like being born again but so hollow.
    call_me_joshon January 08, 2006   Link
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    General CommentBorderline personality disorder
    Viper1227on October 17, 2010   Link
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    General Commentin all honesty the song sounds like it's about chemo.
    ChubbyHuggson March 01, 2013   Link

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