The cold only served me keeping you warm,
roaming your body like a serpent of some form.
Now I ain't got noting pumping through my veins but gasoline.
Could you ever love a machine?

It's all about driving the demons in me out.
It's hard to be sincere when i'm lodged in the jaws of a shark.
It's constantly reminding me
that i like you better in the dark.
If you're screaming at the drain for days...
...you know it's love.

And if god were a villain, he would be me.
I am a martyr without belief in anything -
so what does that make me?
If cowardice ranks amongst royalty then crown me king.
I am that of desperate,
i am that of cancerous
and i'm loving this.

It's all about driving the demons in me out.
It's hard to be sincere when i'm lodged in the jaws of a shark.
It's constantly reminding me
that i like you better in the dark.
I've been screaming at the drain for days,
my stomach and i are parting ways...
You know it's love when you beg for it to stop.


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    General CommentTaken from my friend:
    The song's about not knowing what love is, really.
    "If you're screaming at the drain for days, you know it's love"
    It's talking about if you're really upset over a relationship because it goes down the drain then you know it's love.
    But the last line is "You know it's love if you beg for it to stop"
    It's contradicting itself, so you really don't know what love is.
    TedMon October 18, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningAs stated by Dead and Divine when they were answering questions online, this song is about a suffocating relationship. "It's hard to be sincere when I'm lodged in the jaws of a shark/ it's constantly reminding me that I like you better in the dark"
    Sylvaaron May 16, 2011   Link

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