oh boy, you know you can't just dissapear
once filling up, now just spilling out
in front of the world before you,
you're walking in glitches and spasms lifting your knee to your breast
and lowering it to the ground
you'll never escape those ignorant eyes
the ones that were never meant to see what they've seen, I feel nothing, but I am not the one who hides in my own skin
you'd be more comfortable lying in your own waste grabbing the dick of death, begging for the chance to be dispatched and born again.



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Short Term Exposure, Long Term Damage song meanings
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    General Commentreligion?
    brew3ron July 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSEX
    XedreenXon January 19, 2008   Link
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    General Commentsomeone who gets really fucked up on drugs, walking in a public place, gets caught, goes to prison for life. and how the magority of the world will never accept drugs socialy.
    gregkarneson August 08, 2008   Link
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    General Commentoh ant the "once filling up, now just spilling out" part , he eats alot, throws up.
    gregkarneson August 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think its about either being drunk and or drugged up public (what's filling up.. Walking in glitches and spasms) nd how people look down upon others that do drugs (ignorent eyes, hiding in their own skin) nd then throwing up either in public or w.e and when your fucked puking you don't wanna move you just wanna be good (lying in waste, being born again) yeeye
    fuckiton January 24, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti agree with it being about drugs and ignorant eyes being the general public and the law, but i think the phrase begging to be dispatched and born again is about people who follow the same old conformist path and die only to be the same old person again
    Logan Rideson April 08, 2009   Link

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