Six in the morning, what could it be?
When you look in the mirror what do you see?
An overgrown kid who lost his soul
I don't know why, but I feel so old

All those nights with heroin
Some people might say I was born to sin
All the broken laws and stolen cars
Got me felonies and behind bars

Fifty-bags for sleepless nights
Fits of fury, it's alright
Just a boy who loves his mother
Don't judge this book by its fucked-up cover

Undercover angel
Dying to find the truth
Searching for my redemption
Wearing a devil's suit

With dreams I had of dropping dead
And all those fucked-up things I said
All those times I made mistakes
But there's time, it's not too late

Change my life and what I do
Make all of my dreams come true
Blood, sweat, tears and drive
With all these I'll change my life

Prove to you it's not too late
Make amends and change my fate
Just a boy who loves his mother
Don't judge this book by its fucked-up cover

Undercover angel
Dying to find the truth
Searching for my redemption
Wearing a devil's suit


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    General Comment I LOVE IT!!! This song is clearly about living a fucked-up, drugged-out life of crime. I know EXACTLY what that's like, except for the heroin. I've never fucked with that shit, just ecstacy and all those fun psychadelics. He speaks of "broken laws and stolen cars,' 'dying to find the truth," changing his life and what he does, judging this book (himself) by its fucked-up cover, searching for redemption, and sleepless nights. This is definitely about living a hardcore life and trying to change for the better.
    The first four verses make me happy: "Six in the morning, what could it be? When you look in the mirror what do you see? An overgrown kid who lost his soul. I don't know why, but I feel so old" I get that feeling everyday, even though I am only 19 years old at the moment.
    victoryguy11on August 18, 2009   Link

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