For what its worth


Something you follow as a god.

You always knew you could be everything to me.
Everything to me, everything to..me.

All you bring is pain, all I feel is pain, why do feelings change? All there is is pain, is this just a game?
Why do feelings change? All I feel is pain, all you bring is pain, all there is is pain, is this just a game?
All I feel is pain, all you bring is pain, why do feelings change? Is this just a game, is this just a game?
All there is is pain, why do feelings change? All you bring is pain, all I feel is pain, is this just a game?

Something you follow as a god.
My god.
I hear her voice.

Soon I will become more, for everyone to see.
Everyone to see, everyone to. See.

Something you follow as a god.

My god.
Somebody please tell me that theres more to see.
That theres more to me.
Somebody please tell me. Tell me.

Who am I?
Im so lost without you, lost without you.
Im so lost inside you.

Something you follow as a god.
I hear her voice.
Shes my god.


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    A teriffic song by a now-dead metalcore band from Florida. This is a great song, period. It's about a love that the writer obviously loves.

    RavenGTon May 18, 2002   Link
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    If anyone here has some music by Seeded Crown, can you please contact me? They're no longer in existance, but they still kick some ass ;)

    RavenGTon June 09, 2002   Link
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    With 26 views, someone's gotta have heard of these guys... :-p

    RavenGTon June 09, 2002   Link
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    Seeded crown is sick or at least was sick but their music lives on and its killer. Giving in is so good it was mistaken for the legendary slipknot. That shows alot about this band. btw, can some one tell me where to find this album or ANYTHING ABOUT THE HISTORY AND SONG TRACK LISTINGS FOR THIS BAND?

    WhiteGhoston November 04, 2008   Link

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