"Vices" as written by Fletcher Dragge, Jason M. Thirsk, Byron Mcmackin and Jim Lindberg....
You never listen you never know
Never the lender you always follow
Cause it's you doing it you say it's alright
To yourself you're lying
I didn't wanna see you dying
Before you know it you're all alone
Your can is empty you feel such sorrow
You think that using
All your best friends is alright
To yourself you're lyin'
Can't you see it can't you feel that
Your vices are ruining your life and on and on,
Your vices are ruining your life your mind
Your vices are ruining your life
Why can't you stop that vice from ending your life
You're always missing you're always slow
Used to be so deep now you're so shallow
Another friend out there
No I don't think it's right
Your soul is frying
Can't you hear your mother crying
Take your medicine
Through your nose
Fine today but what about tomorrow
Say it does not control you
But think I might
You've hit rock bottom
Can't you use it can't you see that
You're telling lies
And for help you are crying
I keep on knocking but there's nobody home
You're telling lies, living high, now you're dying
If you want somebody's help
Why don't you answer the door.

Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"Vices" as written by Fletcher Dragge Byron Mcmackin

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    General CommentI can't believe no one commented! Decent song! It's something I'd sing to my best friend, he's totally lost and is ruining himself and won't listen to advice (you never listen, you never know) and won't see me anymore (why don't you answer the door) and he is kind of using his friends, just to make himself feel better about himself and we all try so hard for him but he doesn't do much in return just takes!
    computer41on June 01, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt's about you're addictions and guilty pleasures getting in the way of your life. Drugs, alcohol, gambling and sex addictions can be a vice. Conformity also seems to be the early theme of the song, and how you're vice of trying to fit in turned you into something fake.

    It's also like this osng predicts Jason's death. "If you want somebody's help why don't you answer the door."
    epicmikenomoreon June 26, 2010   Link

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