"Pre-Empty Nest Syndrome" as written by Christopher Rutledge Cargile, Adam Cory Harrell, Michael Christian Lamb and Jason Daniel Lowery....
I've been thinking about something in our past.
Words you said that were forgot.
I don't want to be a dime or a dozen child.
A mother's love should not be lost, instead of storming out the door.
You could turn around and look me in the eyes.
I'm one of the three from two.
Who never loved each other; so I know it's hard.
But could you try.
Show me a mother's tender heart spilled out for her children.
Call me your own to let me know you never thought less of me.
I don't feel betrayed.
I was just so scared of losing you.
All the times you tried to hurt yourself, you only hurt me.
Like a poet once said,
"They'll tear your life apart and call your failure's art"



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"Pre-Empty Nest Syndrome" as written by Christopher Rutledge Cargile Adam Cory Harrell

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    General CommentThis song is pretty deep. I'm not sure, but I think it's about an unloving mother and possibly one that killed herself; "All the times you tried to hurt yourself, you only hurt me" or at least had a lot of problems. And this transfered on her kids and he couldn't even love his siblings?
    wiseaimeeon June 21, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti cant relate to this song, but for my dad, not my mom. it made me cry the first time i heard it. lol i am such a baby. the lyrics are really meaningful. i love chasing victory!!
    DrowningLessonson January 02, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti dont know it sounds like he was adopted or something..." don't want to be a dime or a dozen child." and "I'm one of the three from two.
    Who never loved each other; so I know it's hard.
    But could you try.
    Show me a mother's tender heart spilled out for her children.
    Call me your own to let me know you never thought less of me." one of three from two that never loved each other just seems like hes some sort of love child and that this women that is now his mother has other children of her own that arent adopted you know? so read it again with that in mind and it makes perfect sense...wow i never got it until now
    halfwayhardcorekidon March 21, 2007   Link

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