"Nameless" as written by and Aarron/mushok Lewis....
Can't you see, I fucking hate me
Can't you see, I fucking hate me
Can't you see, I fucking hate me
Can't you see, I fucking hate me

The walls around me caving in
Cracked and grey
Remind me of myself, I need some help
There's no one else
I'm empty
Pissed off
And still afraid
Of what you
Have left me
To live in
This mess you've made

I feel

The ride is over I've come down
Hate to be
Can't rely upon myself, for my own health
To just say no
I'm so fucked up
And drained
All my deep rooted
Fears seem to get
The best of me

I feel

I hate the way you fuck with me
You can't rely on open eyes to see
I force these painful visions from my head
You won't be happy till I break down

I feel

Lyrics submitted by kevin

"Nameless" as written by John April Aarron Lewis

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  • +1
    General CommentVery interesting song. Very well done.
    RavenGTon June 07, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentawesome song...people suck...said it before...and unfortunatley...i have to say it again...to me this song is sayin...the pretty people of life...who seem to have it all together...overlook the people they think they are better than...and all the garbage that fills their distorted mouths...coming straight at you...they make you feel like nothing...
    BiGGFReDon May 12, 2002   Link
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    General CommentDont think Aaron Lewis was addicted to crack ever. I know he did have did Valum(sp?) though. Think this song is a mixture of how the drugs/depression/people have affected him.
    Kryoon June 26, 2006   Link
  • -1
    General CommentI think it means that he is addicted to crack, cracked and grey and the song just goes on about how he feels because he is under the influence and he is overpowered by his addiction. He feels fear, uselessness, so fucked up, distorted. Just some of the effects of the drug.
    roselinon June 29, 2002   Link

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