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say it.. say what u want..

i can tell u like suffering
it can tear you like war
i can tell u like suffering and war

a hand of despair, a breath of defeat,
no suprise youre still listening
to the ravenous tongue of the newspaper scene, with despair comes longing.
son uncover your eyes, theres an accident near,
with the mornings gray light uncovers a sick morings suprise
...its a beautiful baby boy...

spinning in towels, for hours and hours.
april brings the shower, May flowers.
may flowers grow to be bitter and broken
the answers in the oven. wont u reach them for me? just a bit further you'll see
you'll see it,

as i close the door, turn up the heat. feel you wait transcend, slip with the degree
of your loneliness, and all of your defeat.

you're so bitter and broken.


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    General Commenteasy peasy.
    its pretty plain to see that this song is written
    and refers to someone woman/man, whomever
    that enjoy drama, enjoys fighting, enjoys conflict.
    who likes to be the center of attention,
    and bring trouble into everyone lives.
    who plays victim and drags themselves into everyone's buisness.


    then moves on to what sounds
    like a accidental birth.
    a baby that wasnt meant to exist.

    then anger from the writer.
    and wishing the person dead.
    'the answers in the over, wont you reach them for me?
    just a bit further you'll see, you'll see it
    as i close the door, turn up the heat'
    he wishes them dead for the trouble they caused.
    whether it was the birth or the drama,
    im not sure.


    'you're so bitter and broken'
    all of the drama and conflict ends in unhappiness.
    kayleecuteeon September 04, 2007   Link

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