I'm waiting for the come down
to put me in my place
i'm giving you the low down
so you don't make my mistakes
i've tried to take it easy
i did the best i could
i'm waiting here for Jesus
cause it makes me feel so good

i'm living like a Devil
although i am a Saint
they promise me salvation
but i don't have time to wait
if there's a God in Heaven
then tell him where i am
tell him i'm real busy now
and i'll see him when i can
i'll get there when i can.

when i get out of here
i'm going to feel real fine
when i get out of here
i'm going to loose my mind
i'm going to get real high
i'm going to get real low
i'm going to take it fast
and then i take it slow
i'm going to get you there
and then i'll bring you back
i got the Holy Spirit
breathing down my neck
i'm going to climb the walls
i'm going to swim the moat
i've got God my father
jumping down my throught
i've got the Virgin Mary
naked on my bed
and i got sweet Lord Jesus
living in my head
oh yeah.

i'm lying on the pavement
i got too big a dose
you said you'ld treat me right boy
but this don't even come close
if i catch up to you
i'm going to split your skull in two
you best be leaving town now
cause i'm coming after you

Lyrics submitted by AngelDust20

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    General CommentI think it's pretty simple, just a song about getting so goddamn trashed you feel like you're gonna die. And so he's waiting to come down from it so he can feel better and maybe kick the ass of the guy who gave him whatever he's on. Of course he talks a lot about Jesus and stuff because he's close to death, and the song is called No Come Down, so maybe we could infer that he doesn't make it back down. Maybe there's more to it than that, but that's what I'm reading. Great song, Anton really knows how to take 3 chords and turn them into a catchy and psychedelic tune.
    Wolves At My Dooron December 14, 2016   Link

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