"Prove To You" as written by and Joseph/loeffler Loeffler....
I'll fight your war,
Promise not to lose,
Give in to circumstance,
Not gonna prove to you

Learn of patience worth to you,
Many teacher, no student,
We go by name, not by rank,
Too many sighs incompetent

There's no bond between some men,
A concept already known,
What little time you try to give,
A big cheer for you alone

Relax and try again,
Broke off, broke up and spent,
He's choking in left field,
Can't tell this place is doomed,
Now no place like home,
Doomed, now
No place like home

I'm gonna prove to you
I'm gonna prove to you
I'm gonna prove to you
I'm gonna, gonna
I'm gonna prove to you
I'm gonna prove to you
I'm gonna prove to you
I'm gonna, gonna


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"Prove to You" as written by Peter Loeffler Joseph Loeffler

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    General CommentThis is my fave. Chevelle song because there's so much anger behind it... it has such a well expressed feeling of mistrust and loss in it...
    Vacheon June 12, 2002   Link
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    General CommentYes, this song is incredibly powerful live. (as vache and i can attest too) WE got to meet them and Fool, they're the illest. Incredibly nice, humble guys. I wish them great luck with "wonder what's next" when it hits store shelves.
    CourseWeDeliveron August 02, 2002   Link
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    General CommentJust started listening to this band, heard them on Pandora.com (great place to find new music by the way). Noticed that in some of their songs you can hear a MAJOR Tool influence. That's not a bad thing, infact it's a damn good thing. Amazing Band, great song, I must say though, the opening instrumental (Open) from this album is fantastic!
    MaverickXon October 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI'd have to agree with you MaverickX. I never listened to this album before, and I was very surprised to listen to Prove To You and hear the exact same song that I downloaded a few months ago titled "Prove It" by Tool. I found that song along with other unreleased tracks. I loved "Prove It" and I actually thought it was Maynard. This song and many others are definately influenced by Tool.
    mgodon December 17, 2006   Link

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