I'm so frustrated
Something's making me so sick inside
Oh, go with your heart, go with your heart
Yeah right

Quit tuggin' me
Oh, just not good enough for you
Lets change
Lets be something we're not
And be something everybody else is

Oh, so much built up inside
It's fucking ridiculous
I don't know, oh I shouldn't
Freak the fuck out on you

I just sit back and laugh
And you want more
You don't have anything
And me, me

I have everything, yeah
I have everything
What more could I ask for
Nothing at all

Why did it have to be this way at the end?
Why did it have to be this way at the end?


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Everything Lyrics as written by Samuel Robert Rivers John Everett Otto

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    no idea what it means, but i can relate to it all too well :-/.....

    DeFtOnEsmatt26on April 29, 2003   Link
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    theres not one limp bizkit song with more emotion poured in it, and the fact that it was just a jam shows that they do have skill.....but not without Wes

    clown137on April 13, 2005   Link
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    This is the sound of Limp Bizkit leaning towards a more progressive sound... and then they released Significant Other. I love the lb, but I can't help thinking how much better they might have have been if they'd kept this progressive sound as well...

    Unquestionable Truth (part 2) has got a released date! But so did G'N'R's Chinese Democracy, so don't believe it until you see the first single: August 24th 2007.

    bane IIon April 24, 2007   Link
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    This was a 16 1/2 minute closing track to the $3 Bill CD. It was completely improvised by the band, John and Sam provided a constant rhythm while Wes did his thing on guitar. This is the track that best shows the true skills of Wes and the rest of the band-- except Fred or DJ really.

    king nothing2on April 15, 2004   Link

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