You wanna feel it go

Won't you color me a picture of your shallow needs
Together you and me will find a pill to help stop you bleed
All this time you thought you'd never live successfully
Just turn right back around and tell yourself the delivery

You wanna feel it go

Won't you color me a picture of your shallow needs
Together you and me will find a pill to help stop you bleed
All this time you thought you'd never live successfully
Just turn right back around and tell yourself the delivery

no I'm not awake
the more that you sleep the less that you dream about me


Lyrics submitted by missderelict

Severed song meanings
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    General CommentEasily Crossbreed's Best song. Chimaira's "Servered" is a much better song though.. If you like this, check it out.
    Brad_Ton July 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentCrossbreed and Chimaira are completely differ type of music...
    CallousDiseaseon November 01, 2004   Link
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    General CommentYa got the lyrics just a little wrong. Here's how it goes (I have the lyric book).

    You wanna feel it go.

    Won't you color me a picture of your shallow needs?
    Together you and me will find a pill that'll stop your bleeding.
    All these idle thoughts you never lived successfully.
    Send them back around and tell yourself the delivery.

    You wanna feel? Let go.

    Won't you color me a picture of your shallow needs.
    Together you and me will find a pill that'll stop your bleeding.
    All these idle thoughts you never lived successfully.
    Send them back around and tell yourself the delivery.


    I'm not awake.
    The more that you sleep, the less that you dream about (me). GO!

    That about sums it up.

    \m/
    hurtandvirtue212on December 09, 2004   Link
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    General CommentCrossbreed plays this song KICKASS live.
    Anyways, the meaning of this song is kind of obvious..
    xinsomniaon January 08, 2006   Link

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