"Never Want Again" as written by and Bradfield/edwards/jones/moore....
I'm feeling sick with alcohol
I'm feeling numb with stupid pain
I smelt death all around our name
I feel the snakes crawling upon my skin

Everywhere, everywhere is on its knees
I'm too scared and I'm too afraid, too afraid

[Chorus]
We'll go down, we'll go down together
And meet a few of you in hell
Burn on by our side, burn on by our side and never want again

I get told I should be happy
I got no rights on how I feel
I lost my language easily
I saw the rain bleaching my way

My gut gets sick of all its lies
Thrown all hope way outside, way outside

[Chorus: x2]


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    General Commentlove this song. maybe it's them wanting to be themselves? i don't know if this is a cover...

    eep x
    rahtwinkleon March 16, 2003   Link
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    General CommentSo here is a theory:
    We are a band (manics) and we will do everything together and never leave the side of any member but Richey is still feeling distant (could be any band member tho,i wrote Richey cuz it sounds like it could be him) and there are some of our obsessive fans who (for example started cult if Richey) stated that they want to go through basically everything that the band goes through
    And here Richey or whomever is saying that we are going through hell ourselves we don't need you to overheat it and if you really want that (i.e. if you really want to be me ) you can come to hell with us and then you will see what we are going through is no joke and you will never (as stated) "want (to do this) again"
    Maybe this is a cover idk but it pretty feels like it should be interpreted this way,though everyones opinions are sacred and unique!
    nava115370on January 16, 2015   Link

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