"Days Without" as written by and Jason Costa Oli Herbert....
And now destined to be
The last one standing here
The past alive to me
And mocking hope is all I had

In weakness it hides from me
And then it infiltrates my heart

So wrong to think I had found
It was so long since I felt that at all
I had dreamed long in days without
I had so long wanted something much more

Those looks so lovingly caressed
My thoughts and still today
They scream to me
Their sweet warmth moistening my breath

I may never get away
I crave I hunger

And still I leave behind
This wreckage in my wake
I was not long inside
But still savor the taste

I'd rather hate myself for failing
Than hate myself for never having tried
Nothing will fill me
The way these passions do
The feeling tempts me and warms me


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"Days Without" as written by Michael Martin Jason Costa

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    General CommentI'd rather hate myself for failing
    Than hate myself for never having tried
    Nothing will fill me
    The way these passions do
    The feeling tempts me and warms me

    im quite confused...if you listen to this on the cd it says "then hate myself" but i SWEAR he says life instead of myself...
    civicmaster00on November 25, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'd rather hate myself for failing
    Than hate myself for never having tried
    Nothing will fill me
    The way these passions do
    The feeling tempts me and warms me

    Yeah, he does say "Than hate my life for never having tried"
    That stanza about sums up one of my relationships I had...
    Daguan47on February 11, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthe song pretty much sums it.... just goin after what you want and knowing hey you tried atleast than rather wondering what if?
    Ibanezbass89on December 28, 2009   Link

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