"Janus (Doctor Jekyll/Stephen Hyde)" as written by Christopher Rutledge Cargile, Chris Crutchfield, Adam Cory Harrell, Michael Christian Lamb and Jeremy Grant Lowery....
Come a little closer to see the walls you're breaking down.
Come a little closer to see the claws you're breaking out.
I don't wanna see you drown.
I don't wanna see you drown.
All of my life I've been pulling you out of the water.
Oh, the waves keep you under.

Tonight tonight could be the greatest night of all your life.
Tonight tonight could be the greatest night of all your life.

Put away your potion. Put away your potion
You're just a man who's cursed with doubt
Put away your potion, put away your potion.
You are the plague of man, but you are the found.

All of my life I've been pulling you out of the water.
Oh, the waves keep you under.
Tonight tonight could be the greatest night of all your life.
Tonight tonight could be the greatest night of all your life.
Tonight tonight could be the greatest night of all your life.
Tonight tonight could be the greatest night of all your life.


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    General Commentsupporting someone your afraid of (I.E. a monster jekyll/hyde)?
    Burntredon June 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentDoctor Jekyll/Stephen Hyde = analogy or metaphor or whatever of good vs. evil in humans
    i think he was trying to portray fighting against himself/sinful nature and that if you just choose, you can be redeemed
    or something of that sort
    onelastgoodbyeon September 25, 2007   Link

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