Hey! Look around today.
Everything don't need to be the same.
Feel. I'm feelin, lonely people.
People just like me who go it alone.
I guess I'm gonna go it alone.

Now I live my life
remote controllin' my destiny
Yeah yeah. Yeah yeah.
I can bleed when I want to bleed.
So come on, come on
you can bleed when you want to bleed.
Want to bleed.

Bleeding.
Bleeding.

Hey! Look around today.
Everything don't need to be the same.
Feel. Feelin' lonely people.
People just like me who go it alone.
Cause baby I'm a rolling stone.

I live my life with no control in my destiny.
Yeah yeah. Yeah yeah.
I can bleed when I want to bleed.
So come on. Come on.
You can bleed when you want to bleed.
Yeah yeah, come on
everybody bleed when they want to bleed.
Come on and bleed.

Yeah yeah, yeah yeah.
I can bleed when I want to bleed.
Come on. Come on.
You can bleed when you want to bleed.
Yeah yeah come on
everybody bleed when they want to bleed.
Cause I can bleed when I want to bleed
You can bleed when you want to bleed.



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Positive Bleeding song meanings
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    General CommentFor me this song is all about "feelin".

    You know, like when you see someone step in gum and then "feel" bad for them. (after a little chuckle to yourself)

    (courdesy of dictionary.com)

    One definition of "BLEED" is:
    To feel sympathetic grief or anguish

    Therefore Positive bleeding can be interpreted as nicely griefing for some one else (or I guess yourself if you'd like)
    SpliceGalon July 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHeroin was their drug of choice, at least Blackie's. Positive Bleeding could be the blood pressure pushing blood into the syringe. It's a song about non-conformity, handling loneliness in a variety of ways.
    Guitarearlon October 12, 2016   Link

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