"Rehab" as written by and Philip Hansen/windstein Anselmo....
Long day lay me low.

Lay me low.

Head burning drunk.
I don't need none
That's right man I'm fine
But what I've got to know,
Is have I wasted time?
My eyes are blind
To almost everything you see.
And I'm drowning through sorrow
You recognize me
Be me for a change (fucked)
Under the silk,

In a box of pine,
And that's dying
Not a single other life
Ever will have felt my price
Is it worth the risk to be revived?
And I'm dying, I'm hollow

It won't deny me
Be me for a change (fucked)
On the last day
They'll take it all away
On and outta my mind
Gimme some medicine
And I'm drowning through sorrow
It won't deny me
Be me for a change (fucked)
Yeah, one more time

Long day kill me long


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    General CommentWHAT A RIFF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHAT A SONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! this song to me is about the pain of being a addict
    nextkintochaoson December 20, 2004   Link
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    General Commenthe's saying how he's ignoring offers help for his addiction, but hes saying it may well kill him and he doesnt know if he should go to rehab, is it worth the risk?
    Barry Burtonon August 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe speaker compares his alcoholism ("eyes burning drunk") to death ("under the silk / in a box of pine") and wonders if rehab is necessary ("Am I wasting time? ... / Is it worth the risk to be revived"). But even as he questions the point of rehab, he admits that his lifestyle is draining him of life ("I'm hollow").
    misterjason31on May 28, 2009   Link

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