"Queen Black Acid" as written by Justin Andrew Harris, Daniel Frederic Seim and Brent Knopf....
I get so caught up in my ways
Sometimes I overlook the simple plains
I feel like certain times in my life
Are met with certain times for pain to thrive
You're five foot five, not a hundred pounds
I'm scared to death of every single ounce
And worst of all is when it's calm
Cause I know the sea won't be calm for long

You bring me down

I walked right in through the rabbit's door
And walked right into the rabbit's hole
I made myself an open book
I made myself a sitting duck

I don't know how I missed the signs
I must have passed by them a hundred times
You barely notice what I say
You're busy looking round the room instead
I get so caught up in my ways

I walked right in through the rabbit's door
And walked right into the rabbit's hole
I made myself an open book
I made myself a sitting duck
I walk you down this rabbit trail
My feet grow heavy with every step
I stop to eat and take a nap
And now I can't find my way back

You bring me down
So down


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"Queen Black Acid" as written by Daniel Frederic Seim Brent Knopf

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    General CommentI think this song is about a guy who throws himself out there for a girl but she doesn't feel the same way. He's completely vulnerable.

    I love the way Danny's voice compliments Justin's so well in this song. This is a great opening track to Mines.
    boothc9on May 27, 2010   Link
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    General CommentSmall correction: "I'm WALKING DOWN this rabbit trail"
    linearon July 25, 2010   Link
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    General Commentgreat song, bottom line
    bradismusicon December 25, 2010   Link

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