"Slipping Away" as written by and Trent Reznor....
I keep slipping away
I keep slipping away
I keep slipping
I keep slipping
I keep slipping (away)
Myself keeps slipping away
Myself keeps slipping away
Myself keeps slipping away
Myself keeps slipping away
Myself keeps slipping away away
Myself keeps slipping away away
Myself keeps slipping away away
Myself keeps slipping away away
Myself keeps slipping away away
Myself keeps slipping away (away away ..)
Myself keeps slipping away (away away ..)
Myself keeps slipping away (away away ..)
Myself keeps slipping away (away away ..)
Myself keeps slipping away
Tried to save myself tried to save myself tried to save myself
Tried to save myself tried to save myself tried to save myself
Tried to save myself tried to save myself tried to save myself
Tried to save myself tried to save myself tried to save myself
Tried to save myself tried to save myself tried to save myself
Tried to save myself tried to save
Tried to save myself tried to save myself tried to save myself
Tried to save myself tried to save tried to save
Tried to save myself tried to save myself tried to save myself
Tried to save myself tried to save myself




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"Slipping Away [Remix Version]" as written by Trent Reznor

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    General CommentHas anyone noticed that this is exactly like Into the Void?
    Topchrison August 25, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's a remix from Things Falling Apart.
    NirvanAFIon September 04, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI absolutely love this song--especially the part at the end when he's yelling "Ohhh ohhh oooh woah woah" over and over. It's such a cool reinterpretation of "Into the Void."
    Amaranthianon February 04, 2007   Link
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    General CommentEr, isn't the "Ohh ohh ooh woah woah" Trent saying "AWWWAAAAYYYYYYY?!" Well, I would hope so...

    By the way, I really like this song.
    The Honest Liaron August 03, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwell first time i listen to this song i was tripping balls on 2ci and dxm hardest trip ive ever had dont know if i recomend it, but it was around the beging of my trip when everthing was just starting to slip away and this song described my reality and it was pulling me away from reality, that time was the only time i heard it but there was this tension building and at one point, i think around the time he starts yelling i snapped and sort of blacked out and when i came to i could have sworn i was worshiping the devil so i started freaking out and thought i brought on the appocolypse, so yeah this brings me to my conclusion, I think this song was designed to put people in a trance the meaning is in the title "slipping away"
    jmartinez8799on January 04, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentjust a kick ass remix
    maggotlilpon January 15, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIs it a kick ass remix or is it a song that didn't make it in the Fragile?

    He ends into the void with "TRIED TO SAVE MYSELF, BUT MY SELF KEEP SLIPPIN.."

    Start this song, new beat, he is lost (he slipped away)

    I feel as if it is part of the story of The Fragile's Things Falling Apart theme, he's fucked up in his head now and has to make it back... Kind of like he was worried he lost himself for a minute.

    But towards the end of the song the beat becomes more and more similar and his voice becomes stronger and more confident and he is back.

    It reminds me of confirming that what you know is true, and you have no doubts. Then, resume the rest of the song track from the Fragile
    ThingsFallingAparton January 28, 2009   Link
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    General Comment"awwwwaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyy-ay-oh-oh-oh" Damn cool stuff here.
    DJgifon July 23, 2009   Link

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