To explain the madness surreal.
To complain of the sadness involved with knowing you.
To forget the revolting thought of going through
The regreat and the healing that I'd have to do.

Through my eyes the sky is pretty and you
Promise you'll join in the flight.
But I can't deny the gritty thought
That you can't take the high.

You can look at this as one big fall.
Life will be both hell and bliss
Or it can be nothing at all.

So I just ask you now to chose.
Don't you think it's worth it, even if you lose?

How do I begin to speak when actions measure true Feelings?
Though your words do leave me weak your movements Always leave me kneeling.
The true test of time is distance but I am not willing to see.
I won't damage with non sense
What actions show is meant to be.

Through my eyes the sky is pretty and you
Promise you'll join in the flight.
But I can't deny the gritty thought
That you can't take the high.

You can look at this as one big fall.
Life will be both hell and bliss
Or it can be nothing at all.

So I just ask you now to chose.
Don't you think it's worth it, even if you lose?


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Hell And Bliss song meanings
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    General Commentim not too sure what this song means, but the first time i heard it, i almost cried. its a beautiful song none the less.
    HanHaLuLuon April 29, 2002   Link
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    General CommentWell, since I am very into Roswell, this song reminds me of it. When it speaks of 'the healing I'd have to do' I see it as living without that show guiding me and being dependant on it. Basically though, 'you can look at this as one big fall' says to me that you can consider all the trouble of campaigning for Roswell not worth it or you can look back adn never have campaigned and then have no seasons. I think it's worth it, even if eventually, we all lose.
    Maliejandraon May 03, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI'm not really good at this stuff, but maybe the meaning is that relationships can be rocky, there's good times and bad times, but you need to decide if you want to take the chance. There may be so much craziness and saddness in knowing each other already, but what they have seems to be good. Though she wouldn't put it thru a test like a havin a long distance relationship or going on vacation b/c shes afraid that it wouldn't work out. Basically that seems to be it. I may be totally wrong here.
    peachykrishon August 13, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about feeling life is so shitty, so worthless, but when you think about it, it's not so bad. And your relationships w/ people aren't going to be PERFECT, there has to be some bumps in the road... and you don't want it to not work out, but you need to decide whether to take chances. And although it seems like everything in certain relationships suck, and are depressing, there is also good that comes of it-- You have to go through hell, to get the bliss.-- just a theory.
    someGirl3on May 11, 2003   Link
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    General Commentthis song has nothing to do with roswell.
    candycokeon June 13, 2003   Link
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    General CommentIts about a boy who uses her as a object to reflect his own self worth.
    madness=distorts everything, things people are mocking or attacking his self worth, dosnt understand what its like to contain human empathy.
    He's completely fucked her up, and now she feels dull and deadend in relations with normal humans.
    "Don't you think it's worth it, even if you lose?" He craves power and can only love how someone makes him feel about himself. He will never think its worth it if he looses.
    strawletteon July 25, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe only way it could be is if she dos a good job of manupulting him and cutting him off from what he wants.
    strawletteon July 25, 2008   Link
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    General Commentcould she get and desent actions out of him. And that song is not gunna work on him.
    strawletteon July 25, 2008   Link

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