"Over the Edge" as written by Scott Hill, Bob Balch, Brad Davis and Brant Bjork....
Yeah I got the music cranking, Japanese TV
My head is full of jasmine smoke
I can hardly breathe
Turquoise dragons slip and slide
Sliding down my back
I`m standing on this cold, thin ice
And I`m about to crack

I`m over
I`m over
Over the edge

Seven candles burn so bright
The full moon behind a veil
The ocean crashing in my head
Outside the sirens wail
Jet black is my dirty hair
Jet black my heart and car
My lips are red, my skin snow white
My face is battle scarred

I no longer feel the pain
No longer feel my love
Just the air conditioner
And some help from the Lord above
Caughing up pieces of my broken heart
My eyes work like radar
I`m lyin` in the afterglow
How`d I ever get this far

I`m over
I`m over
Over the edge


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"Over the Edge" as written by Brad Davis Bob Balch

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    My InterpretationThe song sounds like he's just had a problem with his relationship and is now isolating himself from the world with what he has at his house. Cranking his music and Japanese TV. He's smoking a lot to mellow himself out that he can barely breathe. He's still angry, through all the drugs "thin ice is about to crack" he's gotten in deeper that he intended "over the edge" and is now having hallucinations through his drugged daze. He keeps taking more until he no longer feels pain or love. The song is semi-reminiscent of Pink Floyd's
    "Comfortably Numb" in the respect of drugs, melancholy and isolation.
    digitalmanMKIIon May 02, 2014   Link

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