It calls to me
Such a clean catch from
You ask me if I want it to be
A part of the reason you're seeking to find
Inviting solutions twisting my mind
Drip, drip, feel it slip
Slipping in on you
Drip, drip, can you strip
Your fevered life from you?
Save your incision for me
Prepare to suffer!
As the razor rippin in
To the cleanest parts of me
Drip, drip, feeling sick
Sickness sighs from you
Quick, quick, enough to trick
The devils into you
Serving as a revalation
Fill your cup with indignation
Sever form the father!
They will cut you Down! Down! Down! Down!…..
Grip of desperation, tearing away
Take your communion from me
Heavens never far from sin
Hell will be your second skin
Razor lies, I lie in wait
Make the decision to force the incision for me!
Such a clean catch for me
You ask me if I want it to be
A part of the reason you're seeking to find
Inviting solutions twisting my mind

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    Nobody's commented on this song!! Then again not many ppl kno this band, so.

    Well, it's not my fave of theirs, but the music is brilliant, and they way she sings is awesome.

    ...Not really sure wat it means, I havent taken a close look at it, truthfully.

    BeLLe_666on July 29, 2006   Link

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