I've been searching for some answers
To questions I don't know to ask
All bottled up inside my head and never making any sense
But now I understand

You see,
My thought process is burried deep,
Beneath a life of self abuse.
There's too much damage to rebuild,
And what's left is remains a shield,
To tame future use

And as the wagon rolls away
I still march on...

My life is all a waiting game.
You wait to feel great, but it never stays
So doctor, fill my forged prescription,
'Cause I'm addicted to addictions and blame.

The past's still presently my home,
Which keeps recovery on hold
I'll escape this strangle hold, somehow

Look into my eyes, past the lines
And you'll see how desperate I am to see clear
I've tried, I swear I've tried, to hide
But when I stand to run I get headstrong and fall

I stand to fall, yeah
I stand to fall, yeah
I stand to fall, yeah
I stand to fall

There's one more thing that I'd like to make clear:
My words are nothing more than days
That I have lived and struggled through,
Only to learn:
Things will never change.


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Dandylion Frog song meanings
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    General Commentreally cute song however i dont understand the title
    im sure everyones struggled with the feeling of unanswerable questions
    the last line is really moving...
    sunshine_blueskieson August 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe title's wrong; this is "Have You Ever Danced With The Devil In The Pale Moonlight".

    I think that he's been waiting for his life to get better, but it just stays the same. So he vows to "escape this strangle hold". But when he screws up his courage to fight, it just ends where he'll "stand to fall". He's desperate and resigned, but it seems (to me) he's still going forward.
    kitsuon May 07, 2010   Link

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