"Bury Me Where I Fall" as written by Steven Holt, Brock Lindow, Thomas Noonan and Mick Whitney....
Come brush away these fists and I will tell you everything
I hope you know how long I'm lacking
So carve my name and take me to the strength under it all
Then bury me where I fall

Push and pull like sex machines, like sex machines
Push and pull like sex machines, like sex machines

Questioning if I should even be here
I won't make that same mistake
And taking to bed all these things that I hate
I will complain, I will complain

A bleeding light has made us all just want to wash away
And best believe I want it blinding
Under it all I black out holes and glorify disguise
Still draining me from all this strife

Push and pull like sex machines, like sex machines
Push and pull like sex machines, like sex machines

Questioning if I should even be here
I won't make that same mistake
And taking to bed all these things that I hate
I will complain, I will complain

Stare at the sun
Staring at the sun

Questioning if I should even be here
I won't make that same mistake
And taking to bed all these things that I hate
I will complain, I will complain

Bury me where I fall


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"Bury Me Where I Fall" as written by Mick Whitney Brock Lindow

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    General Commentyes yes yes yesyes yes
    visionsofdarknesson June 16, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI didn't like this song at first but now it's grown on me and I really like. Especially the line "Push and pull like sex machines, like sex machines" I don't know why! lol
    Harry Manbackon July 26, 2002   Link
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    General CommentBut on the amning of the song...I think it could be about meaningless sex. the line : "Push and pull like sex machines" - sex has become so devoid of love and feeling the participants have turned into cold, un-feeling robots due to descentization
    Harry Manbackon July 26, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI agree, I believe that this is about sex with no love or feelings attached. It's like the people involved fall into a routine and the act of intercourse doesn't mean anything to them. I also believe that he doesn't like the girl, poor thing
    transpara-pantson April 11, 2003   Link
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    General Commentwhen people die on mountains and other such inhospitable places,the bodies are meant to be left there, bury me where i fall, their bodies are not to be touched by other climbers, so perhaps he doesn't want this girl to touch him, just want the sex and then for her to leave.
    Everlongon April 15, 2003   Link
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    General Commentgood fucking point!!!! i've never thought of it that way and i've been listening to these guys for almost 3 years now. damn, still finding something new in Brocks lyrics, even after all this time......
    defJAw555on April 14, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI find it as a mixture of both what Everlong said and what the others said, with a little of my own ideas in there. I think what it is would be that, again when people die on mountains(Brock lived by quite a few), they are meant to just die there. I think Brock is telling someone who is hurting him, and is in the relationship that the love has run out in(push and pull like sex machines), to just leave him as he dies, and let him be left with nothing more than his name and his peace(So carve my name and take me to the strength under it all, and bury me where I fall). In the end, I believe the line "Stare at the sun" describes both the light he will be blankly gazing at after his death, and the pain of dealing with this relationship and looking into it, only to find yourself going blind. Eh.. maybe its just me.
    allenmiller247on May 24, 2004   Link
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    General Commentyeah probably :-P
    Another-Loseron June 04, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI agree with what all u guys are saying, and i didnt like this song at first but it grew on me...i love the intro....especiall they "aaww!!" at the start. Its an awesome song
    the_roon June 22, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe line "And taking to bed all these things that I hate" is just awesome. I think we all do the every single night.
    sadhappyon March 02, 2006   Link

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