"Disarm" as written by and William Patrick Corgan....
(Houston) I'm coming home,
I'm not bound anymore on the brink of nothing
I'm just starting something.
I am dog boy, overwhelmed, unemployed,
An arsenal of outbursts but I'm just saying it first.
I don't want to lose everything that we grew.
I'm not cutting you down, I'm just carrying the axe.
Knowing it's half bad, knowing it’s a little sad
And there’s blood on our hands.
I hate this. No one at the wheel,
Everyone is here to feel, I'm coming home.
We aren't sound anymore,
I can't build a purpose in this falling structure.
I'm not tearing it down, I just can't find the sound.
I'm disarming the bomb before it goes off.
Knowing it's half bad, knowing it's all smiling sad.
And the gun in my hand is empty.
I am Mr. Guilt, everyone is here to feel.
I thank you all so much for my next trick, next trip, drive home.
No hard feelings.


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"Disarm" as written by William Patrick Corgan

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    General CommentI may be way off, but this song maks me think of a scene like coming home to have a drug intervention for a family member? Anyone else kinda see it?...
    ShesMyAlcatrazon May 29, 2004   Link
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    General Commentis this band really that unknown?
    to me, this song seems to be him coming home to his family or friends after a large dispute.
    he got in a huge argument and left, and after a while, he is finally coming back to apologize or whatever. i'm not quite sure, but i really like this song.
    Ted Bannanaon April 02, 2005   Link

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