"So Cold" as written by Benjamin Burnley, Aaron Fincke, Mark James Klepaski and Jeremy Hummel....
Crowded streets all cleared away
One by one
Hollow heroes separate
As they run

You're so cold
Keep your hand in mine
Wise men wonder while
Strong men die

Show me how it ends
It's alright
Show me how defenseless
You really are
Satisfied and empty inside
That's alright
Let's give this another try

If you find your family
Don't you cry
In this land of make believe
Dead and dry

You're so cold
But you feel alive
Lay your hands on me
One last time

Show me how it ends
It's alright
Show me how defenseless
You really are
Satisfied and empty inside
That's alright
Let's give this another try

Show me how it ends
It's alright
Show me how defenseless
You really are
Satisfied and empty inside
That's alright
Let's give this another try

It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright


Lyrics submitted by The_Cereal_killer

"So Cold" as written by Jeremy Hummel Benjamin Burnley

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    General CommentThe_Cereal_Killer wrote:

    "Awesome song from an extremely underrated and under played band."

    That is SO TRUE! I really think Breaking Benjamin don't care about the money. I think they just want their music to be heard. Because time and time again each of their CDs come out on sale for like $9.99.

    Anyway, I believe this song sums up life.

    "If you find your family,
    Don't you cry
    In this land of make believe,
    Dead and dry"

    This line talks about how this world is nothing more then a dream so don't cry when you see how cold everyone has gotten. That people just need to stop, and start caring about other people. We need to all just make it through!

    This world is truly gotten cold. Ask yourself this... how many times when you heard about people dying in the name of religion in the East and you hear...
    "Well, that's life."

    Children impoverished and suffering on the streets.
    "Well, that's life."

    A banking corporation rips your money off with its fines based on policies of greed
    "Well, that's life."

    I'm sorry, but this world is falling apart. The sad thing, is people are getting used to it. And now we have Prozac, and a dozen or so other drugs designed to numb you and completely override your emotions.

    The only reason I came up with this summation of this song is largely because this is how my family is. My mom is so medicated and numb from the abuse of her life that she doesn't even know how she feels anymore.

    It's so sad...

    chino69on September 17, 2004   Link

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