"Disgrace" as written by Vince Hornsby, Butch Walker, La Jon Witherspoon, John Connolly, Morgan Rose and Clint Lowery....
I remember almost every time I felt love
Descend down and break away till it was gone

My every thought stuck inside
The hell that reminds me that I've just given up

Weighing down my soul the thought of it's
Too much when I think about it all

Can I still find a place where my mind stops all the suffering
Will I live in my disgrace on and on

And I know now all I ever wanted
Was peace inside a mind that's always haunted

Where's my sunshine, where's the repair for all the damage i've done

Weighing down my soul the thought of it's
Too much when I think about it all

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"Disgrace" as written by Clint Lowery Butch Walker

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    General CommentThis to me reminds me of someone who was in love. He may have fallen deeply for this girl, thinking it might be different this time around, but in the end it turned out the same. He blames himself for it as well, to me its a song that underlines a lack of confidence and a wish that life could be different.
    MetallicRageXon January 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentOne of my favorite 7D songs.
    The person is afeared of love because of all the pain that may come with.
    Now all he wants is a place to hide. He is also thinking that he has done somehing wrong
    allthouh it wasnt his fault at all, but he is the only person he can blame on.

    dzzjjon September 10, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthe acoustic version on the double-wide album is bad a
    seahawks2231on March 08, 2011   Link

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