I love the thrill, I love the scene
Imagine you in the white light
So beautiful, you watch me bleed
You're stabbing me from inside me now

Kneel down and tell me about your world
Tell me something that I don't know
You know nothing about the world around you

It's not enough
Broken in two
It's not enough
Speaking the truth
It's not enough
Watching me bleed
It's not enough
Torn in between
It's not enough

I'm watching you distorted view
So beautiful in the white light
It's make believe, all that you see
It's haunting you from inside now

Kneel down and tell me about your world
Show me something inside your world
You know nothing about the world around you

It's not enough
Broken in two
It's not enough
Speaking the truth
It's not enough
Watching me bleed
It's not enough
Torn in between
It's not enough

Sometimes in me, you are the seed
A dying need in the white light
The simple truth, it speaks to me
It's screaming out from inside now

Kneel down and tell me about your world
Tell me something that I don't know
You know nothing about the world around you

It's not enough
Broken in two
It's not enough
Speaking the truth
It's not enough
Watching me bleed
It's not enough
Torn in between
It's not enough
Broken in two,
It's not enough
Speaking the truth
It's not enough
Watching me bleed
It's not enough
Torn in between
It's not enough


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    he talks about the girl that doesnt get reality for shit, and needs to open her damn eyes and see the truth around her.

    somethingelse879on April 26, 2002   Link
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    I think this song is telling her that she is stupid and needs to know there is more in life then just her.

    LXIXNXDXSXAXYon April 19, 2003   Link
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    The first time I heard this song was in the Playstation game Test Drive: Offroad.

    brian_won January 14, 2005   Link
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    He speaks to a girl that isn't completely in touch with what she feels or is confused about what to do, but still acts.

    He and the girl are familiar, they got together once, under the white light (moon). It was unexpected, seemingly impossible, dreamlike, almost makebelieve.

    Commitments were made. And, then the girl pulled a 180 and said it wasnt right.

    The thoughts dont leave his mind. He is in pain. He is angry that she would put it through that and then shoot it down.

    Renny Azzyon December 09, 2007   Link

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