"Sink And Die" as written by and Kirby Hoag....
So these tears keep falling
I'm drowning in my very own misery. I'm sinking can't you see?
Standing neck deep in your ridicule. It's time for one of us, to stand up for what we said we would.
You're not one of us.

Breathing deeply,
The saints and the sinners will see the same white light,
And we do not need to be shy
That's right, on the best day of our lives.

Now,
It's time for both of us, to stand up for what we said we would.
You're not one of us.

And I will get through this,
Just wait for tomorrow.
Just wait for the sunrise.
We should not be shy, on the best day of our lives.
So what are we good for now?
What are we good for then?

Well I stood there, not laughing,
What could be, never happens.
Why wait here and listen to the sounds that remain in question.
Why wait here and listen to the sounds that remain in question.


Lyrics submitted by Brandnizzle2k4

"Sink and Die" as written by Chad Lane Crawford Bob Hoag

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, SONGS MUSIC PUBLISHING

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    General CommentSKSK are awsome.

    "WHAT COULD BE NEVER HAPPENS!"

    They're so different. So cool.
    bleedthecoloursopenon January 12, 2006   Link
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    General Commentreally good song, for some reason i want it played at my funeral!
    *_StEfFiE_*on May 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentGreat song. Pretty self-explanitory lyrics.
    TheHardcoreKidon May 28, 2007   Link
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    General Commentyo...thehardcorekid...can u help me out on the meaning... i had an idea of what it meant but im pretty sure im wrong...

    idk, its probably pretty obvious but i dont see it
    jdjd021on August 27, 2008   Link
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    General CommentWhat does he say when he's screaming?
    Tigerron December 17, 2009   Link

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