"I Died" as written by and Beth Nicole/karroll Hopkins....
2:30 pm, I jumped off the welfare wagon
To meet you for lunch. you sit like a Thai princess
Cold and captivating. you divulge your latest secret.
So sinister I cannot repeat

From my eyes flows glacier water.
From my soul, sick obscenities.

I died eating french fries
In the restaurant on the corner,
Where you broke me heart.
I cried 'cause I bit my tongue
Knowing the truth would wash over you
Like a rash.

Annihilation of my self-respect and cash flow
Before my eyes - right here in this booth.
Through this blinding hatred I see a lady on my right.
She winked at me and said, "run for your life!"

From my eyes flows glacier water.
From my soul, sick obscenities.

I died eating french fries
In the restaurant on the corner,
Where you broke me heart.
I cried 'cause I bit my tongue
Knowing the truth would wash over you
Like a rash.
I hereby use my glacier water
To wash away the remorse and the stain.
Behind these eyes I'm my mother's daughter.
Hard, hidden shame
And you'll never see me again


Lyrics submitted by spliphstar

"I Died" as written by Doug Mccarvell Beth Nicole Hopkins

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General Commentthis song, i love it!!! "i died eating french fries" wow, been there....
    silverpuppiezon May 01, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is a great song. wow. great to see her live
    canadakickasson July 02, 2002   Link
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    General Commentat a concert bif said this song is about being dumped in front of your friends
    chotee666on August 07, 2002   Link
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    General CommentRe: yeah i agree with chotee666, that's what she told me to at a concert... the whole "from my eyes flows glacier water" i think means that she's starting to cry from a broken heart and embarassement
    punk_chick3on August 30, 2002   Link

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