Hey
Something went wrong I feel great
And I don't know why but I feel
Like I could do anything now

Hey
Why in the hell did I wait?
When's the last time I felt real?
Like I could do anything now

But man I can't live if I'm fearing life
I stood to the side for so long it seems right
When it comes to self loathing
I put in my time now I say

I don't need you or anything now
I'll give up when my sun rises down
As for now I can see I've become
One brief blinding glimpse of the sun

Hey
Somehow I see through the lies
I see all life comes from the spring
And I can do anything now

Hey
Feels like I'm losing my mind
Who needs your attacks all the suffering?
When I could do anything now

But man I can't live if I'm fearing life
I stood to the side for so long it seems right
And when it comes to self loathing
I put in my time now I say

I don't need you or anything now
I'll give up when my sun rises down
As for now I can see I've become
One brief blinding glimpse of the sun


Lyrics submitted by cynismus

Sun Rises Down song meanings
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    General CommentJust like the lyrics "I can do anything now", thats the mood this song puts me in. I think it has something to do with using that infrequent, brief flash of insight that sometimes finds us to help follow your dreams.
    zenwizardon November 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAWESOME song. Reminds me of Tool / Chevelle at times, yet distinctly their own band. Lyrics sung passionately..

    It's refreshing to hear a great new rock song you can hear 10x and just want to hear it more..
    Grunvagron February 28, 2009   Link
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    General CommentOh yea, the meaning... It's pretty straight forward. Seems like he's empowered in his life again. Like that moment in life when you quit your job and go off to live your dream instead. "I don't need you or anything now" feels like he's screaming off the shackles of everyday life.
    Grunvagron February 28, 2009   Link

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