There's nothing I'd like more than to let you in
But now you're on the other side and there's no way
To feel your breath of life upon my face
'Cause with the state you're in there wouldn't be a trace
Now I wake up every night with this emptiness inside
Hasn't been the same since you left without a trace
Quit the human race, did you?
Camina con la muerta?

roses, roses, pocket full of posies
ashes, ashes, we all fall down


Lyrics submitted by The Honest Liar, edited by Crane42

Death March song meanings
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    General CommentI think it's safe to say Mosley's words in the beginning have nothing to do with the rest of the song?
    The Honest Liaron March 13, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIt's about a loved one being in a coma.
    Crane42on January 16, 2013   Link
  • 0
    Song FactThe spoken intro goes:

    "Washington Boulevard, eastbound, 33."
    "Can I get a transfer, man?"
    "Ninety Five cents?! Fuck you, I'll SKATE to the beach!
    And I'll look better gettin' there!"
    no1careshuiamon May 06, 2018   Link

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