I saw you in a way
But that’s another life
Maybe they’re the same
I wonder where you are
Yesterday is gone
But it ain’t far away
I guess it’s far enough

I’m older in my head
My innocence is gone
I have the book you read
To help me carry on
What a price to pay
To feel like you’re alive
I was blind when he said

Ooh ooh it’s all the same
No matter where you are
Ooh ooh it’s all the same
No matter where you are
Ooh ooh it’s all the same
No matter where you are
Ooh ooh it’s all the same
No matter where you are
He said, but he was wrong

I’m your Jezebel (she said)
On my way to hell (she said)
What a price to pay
To feel like you’re alive
She was blind when she said

Ooh ooh it’s all the same
No matter where you are
Ooh ooh it’s all the same
No matter where you are
Ooh ooh it’s all the same
No matter where you are
Ooh ooh it’s all the same
No matter where you are
She said, but she was wrong

Ooh ooh it’s all the same
No matter where you are


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  • +2
    General Commentanyone find it interesting that the first line to the is the same as The Blood is Love?
    plaguedoctoron October 29, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGreat song for a great movie.
    burntfireon March 16, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGreat song yeah. What film is this in?
    Eskimo_8on October 14, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentDangerous Lives of Altar Boys

    i agree burntfire
    TransparentSunChildon December 08, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAwesome song, since no ones tried interpreting it's meaning I'll give it a shot. Well the way I see it, it's about doing something big (like a crime). And of course, this was written for the movie Dangerous Life of Altar Boys, where they rob a bank.
    Dysfukon June 07, 2010   Link

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