"The Dawn Breaking Tide" as written by William Roy Francis, Nicholas Alexander Wiggins, Angel Dejesus Ibarra, Jacob Wambold and Jacob Samuel Davison....
Well I have promised not to save you
from this hotel
I have promised not to let you go
Let you go
Let you go

I can feel the winters air
and we're almost home now
We're almost here
And every turn of the past
Every blink of time
I feel the dawn breaking time so

Well I have promised not to save you
From this hotel
I have promised not to let you go
Let you go

Well it's drugs that is breaking us down now
It's mind numbing freight train hears the sound
Give reason to what ties us to our past
And fights for our lives

I can feel death combing through my hair
and breaking tide
I can feel death combing through my hair
and breaking tide

It's not time to give up
It's not our time to give in
It's not time to give up
Its' our time to give all
(Our Lives)
Depends on the dawn breaking tide
(Our Lives)
Depends on what's wrong and what is right


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"The Dawn Breaking Tide" as written by Jacob Wambold Angel Dejesus Ibarra

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    General CommentThis song is about doing drugs, it's about how he can't stop using it even though he feels it's killing him. He just gives in to the temption. He starts to realize it's wrong and he stops, it's not his time to give up living
    LifeFadingAwayon January 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is about saving chicks with pierced assholes from Joe's Crabshack. Man, this song sucks.
    Foopon May 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentTo Foop: Thank you for showing everyone your a dumbass
    Nirvana23on February 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI will hunt you down and kill you Foop...
    CyanideTearson October 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is about saving chicks with pierced assholes from Joe's Crabshack. Man, this song sucks.
    Foopon May 10, 2006   Link

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