"Now I'm Everyone" as written by and Simon Alexander Neil....
Happiness is an allusion
Hold me close to see me a little more
Until my body feels your magic touch
And steals my skin before it rots
My castle is a great illusion

[Chorus]
Now I'm everyone, now I'm everyone,
Now I'm everyone
Now I'm everyone, now I'm everyone,
Its less than I've ever been

Hairy eyes are an obstruction
Help me die don't wanna rush ya
And all I need is a philosophy of noise
To help me laugh and breathe
My castle is a great illusion

[Chorus: x2]

This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one
This is the one, this is the one


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"Now I'm Everyone" as written by Simon Alexander Neil

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    General Commenti'm pretty sure the question marks are 'I'm less than i've ever been'.
    great song. love the new album.
    Rapscallionon June 07, 2007   Link
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    Song MeaningI think it may be that he is lost, and doesnt know how to feel anymore, and just wants to feel again.
    i can be completley wrong though
    baileybooballson April 03, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThese lyrics are way off. It should read:

    'Happiness is an illusion
    Hold me close, deceive me a little more'

    The song is about his experimentation with heroine. The guitar explosion in the 5/4 outro is a musical representation of coming up on the drug.
    jaceesmaon November 26, 2014   Link

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