Come back to life
Give us a sign
When was it her heart stopped working tonight
Now's not the time to argue
Who was the one giving out the lines
Saturday night, everything fine
Until this problem did arrive
What's there to do
Where's there to go
What will we say when the cops arrive
Cause we'll need an answer
Think of an answer

It was hard to see this young girl die
But not enough to bring a change in lifestyle
Terrible to see a good friend die
But not enough to bring a change in lifestyle

Come back to life
Save us the time
From having to calculate this lie
To ourselves, for our sake
I wish she would just open her eyes
Saturday night, nothing's gone right
I'd say it is time to decide
What's there to do
Clear out the house
What will we say when her parents arrive
Cause we'll need an answer
Think of an answer

It was hard to see this young girl die
But not enough to bring a change in lifestyle
Terrible to see a good friend die
But not enough to bring a change in lifestyle
Not enough to change


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    General CommentThis whole album is so depressing, it seems every song is dealing with their cocaine use.
    Sociodemographicon November 10, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is amazing, the lyrics are so deep, yet are very easily listened over to if you don't understand their meaning.
    I basically takes place at a party, saturday night, where there seems to be an abondance of cocaine (now's not the time to argue who was the giving out the lines). And despite a girls tradgic overdose, they were unwilling to kick their habit that would eventually lead them to the same fate as this girl.
    sebastianswaltzon February 24, 2005   Link
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    General Commentwell put sebastian.

    but i dont think the album is all about their cocaine use. maybe a few songs but not all.
    ohpioneeron January 10, 2006   Link

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