"Death Breath" as written by and Malia Lee David Kean Matthew....
The sun goes down, we come out
The sun comes up, we come down
We lived fast and died pretty

"We're all vampires and we own this fucking night"

I'm not homesick, I'm just so sick of going home
I've been walking these streets for days
In search of blood yeah.
I'd kill for the sun to never rise again
I'd do anything, oh anything

So tie a rope around my neck, pull it tight
Until it breaks. You can't kill us
We'll never fucking die.
I want to sink my teeth into all of you
If only I could show you just how sweet this could be
But you leave a bad taste in my mouth
So spit it out, so spit it out


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"Death Breath" as written by Malia Lee David Kean Matthew

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    General CommentI think they're saying the band is like vampires. No matter how hard you try to get rid of them, they'll never die.
    C0m4.Wh1t3on October 05, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentAre you serious?
    No one's commented this yet!
    I love this song man, it's amazing.
    No idea if there's any wierd hidden meanings to it or anything, I just love it, it's epic ;D
    Froogle.on September 30, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'm just gonna go out on the limb, and say that this really isn't about vampires. Maybe he was trying to mix it up by looking through a different point of view?

    Anyways, this is what I think:

    "I've been walking these streets for days
    In search of blood"

    Maybe this means he's searching for happpiness?
    Or something that will make him satisfied.

    "I'm not homesick, I'm just so sick of going home"

    Maybe when he goes home, there's nothing. He just feels empty.

    "I'd kill for the sun to never rise again"

    Maybe he found his happiness, and never wants it to go away.

    And for the rest, I have no clue. I'm just looking at these lyrics more optimisticly, so dont hate..
    CaitlinCanon October 05, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI'm pritty sure it says after "the sun goes down, we come out" "a diffrent bird in a diffrent city" i could be wrong but im pritty sure its that
    Amasing Song from an Amasing Album!!!!!!
    BMtH!!!!
    Kriswitchengageon September 30, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentawesomeness :)
    BringJessTheHorizonon October 02, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is probably one of my faves on the album.

    i love the beginning...

    the sun goes down, we come out
    a different bird in a different city
    the sun comes up, we come down
    we lived fast and died pretty
    joejackoffon October 03, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyeah i really can't figure out this song. im almost positive he's not actually singing about vampires. i think there's some meaning behind this.
    just... cant figure it out. someone help! =P
    lysisalotlikevegason October 07, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIm not sure that the line is a different bird in a different city, the fucking album doesn't come out until november so if someone has the lyrics from the album booklet, post them because i think its "a different party in a different city", which would kind of make more sense because the song seems to be somewhat about partying... i could be wrong, someone find out.
    leif erickson22on October 10, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI swear he said
    "We're all vampires, and we only fuck at night".
    koomartin08on October 10, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song's probably just about partying getting out of hand. going out every night, not coming home etc. basically like, sleeping through the day, then going out to party when night falls.

    this could also be about them on tour, partying and stuff? when he says, a different party in a differnet city...
    crushgroove48on October 11, 2008   Link

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