I know I planted flowers
But look around at all my weeds
I don't play well with others
The thought occurred it might be me

I'm so bitter I can taste it (taste it)

I'm not allowed to leave
But I'm not allowed to stay
Everything is free
But you say I gotta pay

Ask me what I think
'Cause I got a lot to say
I know it's gonna hurt
But there is no other way

I'll try
'Til I die
To break what's yours
And take what's mine

Envy is a problem
And karma knows where you live
You will not consume me
I'll throw you out before I'll give

I'm so bitter I can taste it (taste it)

I'm not allowed to leave
But I'm not allowed to stay
Everything is free
But you say I gotta pay

Ask me what I think
'Cause I got alot to say
I know it's gonna hurt
But there is no other way

I'll try
'Til I die
To break what's yours
And take what's mine (x2)

I won't give in

I know I planted flowers
But look around at all my weeds
I don't play well with others
The thought occurred it might be me

I'll try
'Til I die
To break what's yours
And take what's mine (x2)


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    General Commentyet another powerful song from Neurosonic, totally just grinds everything to shit like a blender, it get's you hyped up and ready to kick some ass, but I'm not sure what it means >.
    Death In A Cubicalon August 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI saw these guys at V-Fest and I wa blown away. Freaking fantastic.
    Right after they went offstage I went and bought the $50 Neurosonic hoodie. HAH.
    demimondaineon August 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAnother song that makes me think of my mom... hah! That's sad... But also about lots of other people in my life.

    It's basically about oppression... I think most of you can figure it out on your own, it's pretty self-explanitory I think.
    Phoenixeroon September 14, 2007   Link

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