Keep pushing down this.
I can’t get out of my head.
You sugar coated feeling so force fed.
Lost and mindless.
I can’t get out of my head.
I am swallowed, sinking in.
I am tired of waiting, it’s over.
I am over this.
Still I am sinking.
I can’t get out of my head.
I get so heavy waiting for you.
Words and pictures that won’t go away.
Words you re-arranged.
I am tired of waiting, it’s over.
I am over this.
Tired of waiting.
I am waiting for this to begin, when it’s already over.
I am already gone.
You re-arranged me,
Tried me on for size.
Stumbling, I trip and still I wonder when you wore me, how did I feel?
Did I fit like her?

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    keep pushing down this can't get out of my head you're sugar-coated feeling so force fed lost and mindless i can't get out of my head swallowed, sinking in

    i'm tired of waiting it's over i'm over this

    still i'm sinking can't get out of my head get too heavy waiting for you words and pictures, that won't go away words you re-arranged

    i'm tired of waiting it's over i'm over this

    tired (i'm tired) of waiting for this (of waiting) for this to begin when it's already over i'm already gone i'm already gone

    you re-arranged me tried me on for size stumbling, i trip and still i wonder when you wore me how did i feel? did i fit like her?

    i'm tired of waiting it's over i'm over this

    tired of waiting (i'm tired) of waiting (of waiting) for this to begin when it's already over i'm already gone i'm already gone, yeah

    (spoken) if you think you're so fucking cool and if i got with you, would i be cool, too?

    [music ends] (laughing)

    deletemyaccountplzon July 12, 2002   Link

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