"My Would-be Saviour" as written by and Evan/powell Sula-goff....
You try and fill my mind with doubt
Say I've forgotten who I am
But maybe you've forgotten how to understand, so

Have your whispers, I excused myself too soon
Antisocial, maybe yes and maybe you
Two days after the flood begins to settle down
I sit alone in a room full of friends
My would-be savior slips something into my mouth, for kicks

You live a life without regret
Bend a truth until it breaks
I thought I'd seen you at your best
But my mistake, so

Have your whispers, I excused myself too soon
Antisocial, maybe yes and maybe you
Two days after the flood begins to settle down
I sit alone in a room full of friends
My would-be savior slips something into my mouth, for kicks

You're sorry, yes you are
But what do you know?
You'll have to think this through on your own
Tries to play it safe
Wants to be afraid
Cannot do the same
Push it away

You try and fill my mind with doubt
Say I've forgotten who I am
But maybe you've forgotten how to understand, so

Have your whispers, I excused myself too soon
Antisocial, maybe yes and maybe you
Two days after the flood begins to settle down
I sit alone in a room full of friends
My would-be savior slips something into my mouth, for kicks

Tries to play it safe
Wants to be afraid
Cannot do the same
Push it away


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"My Would-Be Savior" as written by Alex Viveros Adam Powell

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    General CommentI'm not quite sure what this is about... Maybe he and his friend were realyl close then his friend started getting into bad stuffand started to drag hi mdown too. He could usually count on his friend to help him out of situations but now his friends helps put him in those situations.
    Emericanskateron June 21, 2002   Link

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