Like ecstasy to the spine
A moment of lost words no memory of time
A twist from within
Like the calling of the Lord
A shock a convulsion no shape or form
I'm feeling again

I felt so scared I felt so used I felt so confused
You creeped right into my soul as I was sleeping
I don't know and I don't care
No I don't care

I lift you to my lips
Now everything makes sense when it's over
If I fall down again
Won't you let me in when I'm sober?

We connect like puzzle pieces
Look into my eyes no words are needed
Where have you been all my life?
I seek you on every corner
Thought you were the devil or maybe my lover
You opened up my eyes

I felt so scared I felt so used I felt so confused
You creeped right into my soul as I was sleeping
I don't know and I don't care
No I don't care

I lift you to my lips
Now everything makes sense when it's over
If I fall down again
Won't you let me in when I'm sober?

Can't get you out of my head
Now maybe
Can't get you out of my head

I lift you to my lips
Now everything makes sense when it's over
If I fall down again
Won't you let me in when I'm sober?


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    The best song on the album.. Can't believe nobody commented on this.

    theTyranton September 22, 2009   Link
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    Right? This song is so incredible. Get a clue guys.

    hedluvon July 18, 2011   Link
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    One of the best songs on the album. It's about drugs, just like all of them....

    Androgyneon April 24, 2013   Link

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