"Save me" as written by Anthony George Anderson, Steve Andrew Smith, Carl Wilhelm David Utbult, Vincent Paul Degiorgio and You Lun Ke....
I got a candle
And I've got a spoon
I live in a hallway with no doors and no rooms
And under a window sill
They all were found
A touch of concrete within the doorway
Without a sound

[Chorus:]
Someone save me if you will
And take away all these pills
And please just save me, if you can
From my blasphemy in my wasteland

How did I get here
And what went wrong
Couldn't handle forgiveness
Now I'm far beyond gone
And I can hardly remember
The look of my own eyes
How could I love this,
My life so dishonest
It made me compromise

[Chorus]

Jump in the water
Jump in with me
Jump on the altar
Lay down with me
My hardest question
To answer is why
Why

[Chorus]

Someone save me [Repeat: x2]
Somebody save me [Repeat: x2]
Please don't erase me


Lyrics submitted by N0 C0DE 79

"Save Me" as written by Anthony George Anderson, Steve Andrew Smith, Carl Wilhelm David Utbult, Vincent Paul Degiorgio, You Lun Ke

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  • +2
    General CommentI took a friend to the 3 doors down concert and Shinedown and alterbridge(new phoenix from the ashes of creed) and I was really blown away by both all of the performances. This song was awesome, and he said at the concert that it wasn't just about drugs, but needing to be saved in general. That when he wrote it, he was out a point in his life where he felt like he was helpless... Awesome song live.
    stwjesteron October 30, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think this line:
    I live in a hallway with no doors
    And no rooms
    is alot less metaphorical then your speculating... I think the guy lives in an alley.
    Gotwoon March 30, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis is definently a song about drugs. "I got a candle and I got a spoon." He's talking about heroine! It's all about the way drugs trap you and how it often seems there is no escape
    Grungemusician87on March 30, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis Song could not possibly rock more ears......

    It's about losing control and feeling the need for some one save you
    (obviously)

    I sure hope these guys can keep thier shit together and pull off an amazing album.... leave a whisper was a good launch pad but alot of disaster happen on the launch pad.....
    ^ ignore me i dont know how to make any sense i was just trying to sound cool and intelligent....

    but anyways this song is awesome
    N0 C0DE 79on September 08, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is about losing it to drugs, the band is friends with wjrr in orlando here and they interviewed them and they said it was about losing it to drugs
    taz88308on September 09, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwhenever i listen to this song.. it always reminds the drug place from the movie trainspotting
    de777on September 11, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI really can't waite for the new album! These guys are awesome.

    As for the song, I heard an interview with them on Sirius radio, and it is not exclusively about drugs, more so needing to be saved.
    Police991119on September 30, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is great but what do the beginning lyrics mean? To me it doesnt make any sense at all but hey it rhymes.
    flattopwillon October 12, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthe candle and spoons is used in heorin.
    limieon October 28, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentits a real good song ,sounds great.
    YES!! it is obv about drug addiction and the kind of wasted life people spend due to it and how it eventually leads to the ultimate downfall .....

    its a pretty easy song to comprehend , nothing great or deep , quite stupid actually . But the song sounds really nice .
    arunimashuklaon October 28, 2005   Link

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