"Die Born" as written by and Travis Shane Meeks....
I am cold and I don't know why
Said you got to keep me warm
You will run from my eyes
They stare you down and make you burn
I am the king, the king of the jungle
I'm the little dog
The king of the jungle makes me humble
I will not die born
I will not go down, this is not my home
For any fears at all, fears at all
Keep me running, keep me running wild
Keep me innocent

The beach is hot, it burns my feet
I'm a little tired, don't know what I'm gonna do with this
I am gonna run
Gonna make it worth my while
Keep me running, keep me running wild
I am wild dog

It gets me high it gets me around
Everybody's walls, I don't feel no pain
Cause I am numb from the fall

Yeah it's hard for me to make one little change
I don't have to change at all


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"Die Born" as written by Travis Shane Meeks

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    General CommentIs this song about a man lost in an untamed wilderness. It could be a metaphor for any feeling of disconnectedness from reality due to drugs or old fashioned paranoia. There is a menacing thread to this song as well, I can't put my finger on it though.
    OpinionHeadon February 04, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis song is probably one of his split personality songs... he's the king of the jungle but the little puppy too. he does make a drug reference, but it's probably something to do with how this helps him... it's his choice what side of him he shows you, and it's his choice when to show it. the "wild dog" line is probably saying that he's a blend of both personalities. he can be gentle and very harsh too. (daddy's hands weren't always gentle...) but he's definately not giving up... especially before he gets started. (die born... get it?)
    dustofautumnon February 16, 2007   Link

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