"Bleed Together" as written by Michael L. Shepard and David Owen....
If you wanna come in
You'll have to stretch my skin
If you wanna survive with those beautiful eyes
You'll give in

You know i know you know that i need you
I know you know i know that i want you
You know i know you know that i need you now
Oh now

You got it wrong, this isn't right
There's something beautiful that hasn't yet died
You're clinging on to my misery
Young popularity smells

So fine, who wants an enemy?!
Stand up and raise your hand
Hates not the answer
When loves on demand

You know i know you know that i need you
I know you know i know that i want you
You know i know you know that i need you now
Oh now

You got it wrong, this isn't right
Theres something beautiful that totally died
This stupid song
My popularity
I see my misery and it looks fine
It looks fine

I was wrong
Now it seems fine to be alone
The sun, outshined
The girl is a woman and the woman is stoned

Tonight i'll sign my blood on the leather
And bleed together to find our own separate ways
To die like we never were born
Yeah



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"Bleed Together" as written by Michael L. Shepard David Owen

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    General CommentSo much of there stuff is about relationships, and I think this is about one that went wrong. They got together because they were young and liked each other, but then he realized that he doesn't really need her (I'm pretty sure those lines all have "don't" in them).

    So, at first, he's trying to make the relationship work but then it just becomes too much/not worth it. So they split up, have to deal with the pain, and move on, putting the relationship behind them.
    jfett85on March 24, 2007   Link

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