You see I'm wasted
I can't quite get up yet

You see my head's off resting in this delusional stare
You see I'm wasted
I can'te quite get up yet
You see my head's off resting in this delusional stare

The room kept spinning and spinning and spinning and spinning
And I'm a fucking mess

So I closed my eyes
I shut them so tight
To witness explosions of pure color and beauty

The room kept spinning and spinning
I start to think a little differently at what we are

I watched the color drain from the world, that day (x2)

We're so very insignificant (x4)

With my eyes shut so tight
I'm still seeing all of this beautiful light (x3)

The rook kept spinning, and spinning, and spinning, and spinning
And I'm a fucking mess
We're so very insignificant

Embarrassment to molecules (x3)


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    General CommentMy take.

    The songs definitely about Shrooms.
    Our man Mitch went on a Shroom trip and wrote one of my favorite songs off this album.

    By "embarrassment to molecules", he means WE are an embarrassment. Molecules make up our body, and we, essentially, are not worthy of it. "We're so very insignificant" and "I start to think a little differently at what we are" express the fact that us, as humans, are rather petty in comparison to everything around us, even life itself.

    If you've ever tripped on Shrooms (the right way), you can see that these are sure signs of a psilocybin-induced trip. And that these words make complete and hard sense.
    GetLiftedon May 14, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentBasically he be fucked up, nigga.

    Wasted.
    Realuseron August 18, 2009   Link
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    General CommentPretty good for deathcore.
    LBDamnedon April 26, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI love this song and i agree with GetLifted
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    punkafon March 17, 2014   Link

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