"Master Of Disaster" as written by and Troy William Mclawhorn John Stephen Humphrey....
Steal my sight and then
Fill my mind with foreign words
To keep me wanting.

And speak now child
And chill my heart
With all the hurt and keep me
Suffering

All these promises
Lectures and bold face lies
All these promises
Born of a shameless mind.

Leave me to heal on my own
With those empty cool promises
You stole my dreams
Yeah all my dreams are dead inside
Please let me feel my way home
Without reason or compromise
You stole my dreams
Now all I believe is dead inside

Be quick now child
And soil my bed with all your dirt
Just keep me suffering
All these promises
Lectures and bold face lies
All these promises
Born of a shameless mind

Leave me to heal on my own
With those empty cool promises
You stole my dreams,
Yeah all my dreams I'm dead inside
Please let me feel my way home
Without reason or compromise
You stole my dreams
Now all I believe is dead inside

Don't let me sleep
Take me back
But don't let me be comfortable
If I get too weak
Cut no slack
But don't let me be comfortable

Don't let me sleep
Take me back
But don't let me be comfortable

Leave me to heal on my own
With those empty cool promises
You stole my dreams,
Yeah all my dreams I'm dead inside
Please let me feel my way home
Without reason or compromise
You stole my dreams
Now all I believe in is dead inside

If you say you're alive
When you pray you're a liar
Oh you'll hate when I'm right
And you lay in the fire


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"Master of Disaster" as written by Troy William Mclawhorn John Stephen Humphrey

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    General Commentabout bad parenting? parents that don't let you follow your dreams and who enjoy making their child suffer. Obviously the song is from the childs point of view and the child doesn't understand half the things their parents are talking about, but understands that they make false promises and lies. Of course it might be the other way around, but the song would be more tragic if it was what I think it should be about. This song is hard to understand.
    Michael074on June 21, 2011   Link
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    General CommentPersonally I feel this song is about anyone who is lost in life, and is trying to find their way "back home" or where home should be in a person's mind. The one who stole the dreams could be talking to any form of person who has had influence on yourself, but was lying or playing games.
    sarkenxon May 26, 2013   Link

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