"Curbstomp" as written by Meg Myers and Andrew Robert Rosen....
I'm a sinner
I'm a liar
Want forgiveness
But I'm tired
I'm addicted to the fire
Let go, I'm ready for it
Let go, I'm ready

I'm a victim
I'm a coward
Try to wake up
Don't have the power
I'm a daughter in the choir
Let go, I'm ready for it
Let go, I'm ready

Oh oh oh oh

I'm a shadow
I'm a creeper
Want forgiveness
Getting weaker
I'm addicted to the fever
Let go, I'm ready for it
Let go, I'm ready

I'm a danger
I'm a cipher
Try to wake up
No desire
I'm a daughter in the choir
Let go, I'm ready for it
Let go, I'm ready

Oh oh oh oh

No no no eyes baby
No no no mind baby
No no no smile baby
No no no lies

Lay me down tonight
No lies
Lay me down tonight
Lay me down tonight
Lay me, lay me, lay me, lay me down tonight

Blood I want it
Giving up the fight
Blood I want it
Lay me down tonight
Blood I want it
Take me to the sky
Blood I want it
Everything's alright now


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"Curbstomp" as written by Andrew Robert Rosen Meg Myers

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    Song FactI was wondering about this myself, it sounded like it could have been about suicide, seems I wasn't far wrong. Meg herself explains in an interview:

    "Curbstomp is about death and dying. It’s about not being afraid to die, and just letting go. When the choruses kick in, it’s like, 'You’re dead.' It’s like what death feels like."

    I love Meg, such powerful songs and music to match - one of the most original, unique and expressive artists to grace my speakers for a very long time.

    Whatever life throws at you Meg, stay with us, we need you and your talented (if a little tortured) soul here on planet earth, you help keep me sane!
    5hell07on April 21, 2015   Link
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    General CommentI want to know people's opinion on this meaning!
    Thanks
    smokinrobocopon January 16, 2013   Link

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