"Haze" as written by and Scott Preston/browning Alexander....
Untie
The hands that bind your mind
And be nice
She put a gun against her ear
Inside
Against a gin and tonic sky
She's a star
She finds a place to lose her pain

Caged as she waits inside
Hate and she wants to die
And she wants, and she wants to live

Deny
The problem never catches light
Rewind
She pours herself some self respect

Caged as she waits inside
Hate and she wants to die
And she wants, and she wants to live
She wants, she wants to live
She wants
She wants, she wants to live
Away from this haze
Away back from this haze

Still she's caged as she waits inside
Hate and she wants to die
And she wants, and she wants to live
She wants to live
Caged as she waits inside
Hate and she wants to die
Get me back from this haze
Get me back from this haze
Get me back from this haze


Lyrics submitted by spliphstar

"Haze" as written by Rodney Hunter Catherine Doris Anne Coffey

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Commentbasically, it's a poor girl with a lot of issues...she drinks, she's depressed, people love her but she still feels inferior due to a lack of self-esteem. She wants so badly to kill herself, whether it be 'accidentally' or otherwise, but when it comes down to it, she doesn't really have the courage or motivation to do it, she knows she would regret it. She's hoping in vain someone is there to help and understand her situation, but she won't tell anyone, so...?. I have a theory it's a 'lady of the night' as the song even itself has that kinda "bom chicka wah wah" porno beat to it.
    Revidescent_84on June 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentSounds like she's just got a problem with alcohol - thus 'haze' and 'gin and tonic sky'.

    The bridge in this song is awesome.
    GotMeNowon March 18, 2009   Link

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