Here we go.
(My only cold I fought.)
Here I am, frozen in time I find a way from you, pave the way.
And cause I can't stand still they'll leave you down and out.
And when your face gets here I'll stab you in the back.
Tell me now, I need to know how long.
Clear the way.
Don't make me wait all day.
With you, from you, pave my way.
And cause I can't stand still, they'll leave you down and out.
And when your face gets here I'll stab you in the back.
It's a long way home.
Can't you find your way?
I'm a trampoline.
Lift me up over farenheit.
I'm a trampoline.
I...


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    can u explain this? sounds like an ok song, anyone ever heard it? what cd is it on?

    honestyormysteryon May 27, 2002   Link
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    I just one question... How do you view the entire lyrics?

    TheSilverBulleton July 13, 2002   Link
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    this song is really good, its faster than any other J.E.W. song, and its in a compilation, i think its called "back from the dead mothef*ckers" but im not sure, its in their website

    ilikeboobson August 02, 2002   Link
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    You will never find Back From the Dead, Mother Fucker. It's available on Singles, however, which is available most everywhere fine music recordings are sold.

    plosionon April 27, 2003   Link
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    can any one figure out what this song means? does it have to do with people moldong you into cartain things that they want u to be even though u might not want to be them?

    watch the fireworkson June 01, 2004   Link
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    I think this song is about a male that loves a woman frantically and doesn't care what she thinks about it. He makes a way, no matter what, and if she doesn't agree, well, he doesn't care, too, because he's to high to see clearly.

    n00dleson October 24, 2005   Link

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