"Who's Sandie Jenkins" as written by and Bell Owens....
Forget I even called
Why even try to end things on a good note
I should've left with no reply
These next few days you're only a stranger
Our demise awoke the same time that I did

Pull the hair from my scalp
Peek through bloody holes
Witness
Pull the hair from my scalp
Peek through bloody holes
Witness thoughts I can't describe

From behind, whisper in your ear, 'stop screaming'
Taste my knife
Tears scatter red, you're still bleeding
Tend to me tonight
May it be the last of our alliance


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"Who's Sandie Jenkins" as written by Craigery Owens Bradley Bell

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    General CommentHe tried to call the girl he was seeing to see if maybe, they could end things on a good note, instead of ending it in disaster. And it didn't work out, so instead he just put all these bad images in his head of her, and ended everything and every connection with her. Hence "may it be the last of our alliance."
    likesomeamputeeon February 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWell the title of this song might tell the story of the song. Sandie Jenkins, or Sandy Jenkins.

    According to the "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass" Sandy is the slave that got Douglass thrown in jail for attempting to escape along with other slaves. They asked Sandy if he wanted to come along, but he backed out soon before they tried to escape.

    So when the lyrics read "may it be the last of our alliance" I refer to it as the bond one slave had with another in the dream of being free one day.

    And though there were not Phones back then, The line, "Forget I called" could refer to Douglass regreting telling Jenkins of the plan to escape.

    Well those are my thoughts, I could be completely wrong, but it's amazing how songs can be interpeted in different ways, based on the knowledge of the listener.
    hollisonon November 30, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think this song could be just about a bad ending to a relationship. The violence being a metaphor to the pain felt during the demise of the relationship.
    xnotalentxxon January 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHe tried to call the girl he was seeing to see if maybe, they could end things on a good note, instead of ending it in disaster. And it didn't work out, so instead he just put all these bad images in his head of her, and ended everything and every connection with her. Hence "may it be the last of our alliance."
    likesomeamputeeon February 10, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwhy does he even waste time?
    why bother?
    he loves her. but things jsut won't go according to plan.


    i dunno dammit.
    fremderzon February 23, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentfuckin awesome.
    aperfectsonnet 70x7on May 30, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentRight after the last part there's more lyrics I can't make out.
    It starts at 1:50 and goes like:
    "Lurking the crowds..."

    Anyone know?
    danielle76on January 18, 2007   Link
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    General Commentdanielle76 i looked but mine ends at like 1:59 and the last thing i hear is:
    From behind, whisper in your ear, 'stop screaming'
    Taste my knife
    Tears scatter red, you're still bleeding
    Tend to me tonight
    May it be the last of our alliance
    Xlet_it_rollxxon January 29, 2007   Link
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    General Commentyes i have extra lyrics on mine version of the song that i can't seem to find anywhere on the net. "lurk in the crowds, both make a silhouette... child of the sun, make misery." that's what it sounds like but that's probable very wrong
    straightdownon March 14, 2007   Link
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    General Commentits about a bad realtionship but the lyrics suck i like craig owens alot just not in this song
    MIripper99on April 17, 2007   Link

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