"Frogs" as written by and Sean H. Kinney Jerry Cantrell....
What does friend mean to you?
A word so wrongfully abused
Are you like me, confused
All included but you
The sounds of silence often soothe
Shapes and colors shift with mood
Pupils widen and change their hue
Rapid brown avoid clear blue
Why's it have to be this way
Be this way
Be this way
Be this way
Be this way
Be this way
Flowers watched through wide brown eyes bloom
A child sings an unclaimed tune
Innocence spins cold cocoon
Grow to see the pain too soon
Why's it have to be this way
Be this way
Be this way
Be this way
Be this way
Be this way
"At seven am on a Tuesday, usual August
Next week I'll be twenty eight
I'm still young, it'll be me
Off the wall I scrape you
I can't wake, I gotta wake
To cause this wake, I gotta wake no more
It causes wake, to drown this hate
To never really stay, never will
You take your plate
Put me through hell, live, live
Direct your fate
You say I can do it so well
Your expiration date
Your expiration date
Fate, date, expiration date
(this was the last time)
And don't fuck with me again
My own clean slate
Don't fuck with me again
Makes your eyes dilate
Makes you shake

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"Frogs" as written by Sean H. Kinney Jerry Cantrell

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    General Commentfrogs is a super sad song which talks about the struggles in addictions and deppression, as a songwriter i know layne put those feelings and justified his feelings, so you should pay him respect my favorite line here is " what does friend mean to you a word so wrongly abused" this talks about how when your on shit you think everyones your friend and instead of helping they make it worse. r.i.p layne
    mutantzombiefetishon April 13, 2007   Link

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