You and I have tried to pretend.
We both exist inside of a dream.
In my life, from beginning to end,
no stranger thing has happened to me.
I went from highland, straight thru the desert.
I had to suffer my own mistakes.
I went from daylight, straight thru the nighttime.
I barely lived thru my own mistakes.
And still I find you waiting for me on the other side.
In my head I play my own god.
I take myself too seriously.
Wasted time, broke all my rules,
and still you are moving closer to me.
I went from highland, straight thru the desert.
I had to suffer my own mistakes.
I went from daylight, straight thru the nighttime.
I barely lived thru my own mistakes.
And still I find you waiting for me on the other side.
She tries with all her might.
To find a way inside of me.
Oh doesn't she want to be deep inside of me?
I have been such a fool.
Never wanting to believe it's true.
And still I find you waiting for me on the other side.
Does she love me the way she says she does?
Why wouldn't she?
Does she love me the way she says she does?
Why wouldn't she?
And still I find you...


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    General CommentI think this song is about Jason Ross' struggle with his cyclical fame.

    When he says, "I went from highland.." I think this is a reference to the earliest days when Cumbersome was a modern rock mainstay. Then after the first single died off, the band went through a definite downspin. Hence, "straight through the desert."

    But ultimately the fans return to him with each album, "still I find you waiting for me."

    Orockeron March 14, 2002   Link

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