"Fallen" as written by Shaun Welgemoed, Dale Stewart and John Humphrey....
She's wearing dresses on the borderline (look again)
Awaking senses that were lost in time (make amends)
This liberation is the one they'll love for ages
Hey man I seen it coming... yeah

Just cut those dresses make you look so fine (you're a ten)
But I'll make certain you'll look so divine (I'm your man)
This generation wont forgive those signs of aging
Hey man I see they're coming... yeah

I got my ticket for the next make-over
I got my ticket for a stolen bride
I believe (yeah), I believe (yeah), I believe
In the fallen
I believe (yeah), I believe (yeah), I believe
In the fallen

They got injections for the facial lines (make amends)
Break out the scalpel keep the nose defined (look again)
The crucification of the love we've known for ages
Hey man I seen it coming... yeah

You're much too pretty you don't need your mind (just pretend)


Just pack the knowledge that your heart's desires (now and then)
A resurrection of the shallow and the vapid
Hey man I seen it coming... yeah

I got my ticket for the next make-over
I lost my taste for this, I'll keep my pride
I believe (yeah), I believe (yeah), I believe
In the fallen
I believe (yeah), I believe (yeah), I believe
In the calling
REJECT!

I got my ticket for the next make-over
I lost my taste for this, I'll keep my pride
I believe (yeah), I believe (yeah), I believe
In the fallen
I believe (yeah), I believe (yeah), I believe
In the calling
I believe (yeah), I believe (yeah), I believe
In the fallen
I believe (yeah), I believe (yeah), I believe
In the calling


Lyrics submitted by 3mag5num7

"Fallen" as written by Dale Stewart Shaun Welgemoed

Lyrics © Reservoir One Music

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    General CommentI love his Kurt-styled sarcasm here. It's about women getting a ton of plastic surgery to improve their appearance, making them fake as a mannequin.
    ProfWon July 18, 2011   Link
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    Song MeaningTo me this song isnt really even directed to wemon its directed to anyone who feels the need to alter there apperance to please someone else or anyone else really its kind of in an indirect way about being your self although they dont come out and say it. throughout the entire song he's going on and on about how stupid and utterly pointless plastic surgurey is. I think its okay to alter you apperance aslong as you not trying to do it to impress/please someone if your going to it should be for you.
    jewboy01on August 26, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSounds like its about a woman, or women, who seek to beautify themselves aesthetically and not let 'nature run its course'. It's a telltale sign of insecurity. The chorus serves as an ode to those who act like themselves and not as something they're not.
    mudstaindon November 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyea its about women being fake and not thinking there good looking so they get plastic surgery so they think better of themselves, great song
    futureblackbelt10on January 11, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Comment's 'bout COUGARS!!! AAAAGH!!!!

    No really, it kinda is. It's about those stupid middle-aged women who refuse to let nature take it's course and die their hair blonde, get face lifts, tummy tucks, ect. yeah...
    EvenFreaksNeedLoveon July 06, 2008   Link
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    General CommentA pretty easy song to interpret. I like it. Especially the lines:

    I got my ticket for the next make-over
    I lost my taste for this, I'll keep my pride

    Especially celebrities... they are always getting these goody bags and free trials of beauty products. They get the exclusives for everything, first trials, so on and so forth. Seether here is like, "You can keep all of that, thank you very much. I'll keep my pride and keep my appearance how it is."
    Guys, have some pride in yourself. Are you that insecure and scared of what people think of you? Just quit with the botox, lipo, and stuff like that. Great message, and I appreciate Seether for making this song.
    Leucerreon October 27, 2011   Link
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    General CommentGotta love seether. Yeah this ones pretty much nail on the head. Fake tits and bunches of makeup. People wanting to get plastic surgery to be who they are on the inside. Fake.
    juggalo666666on May 18, 2012   Link

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