Do you trust me?
Do you trust me?
Do you want this pain inside?
Where's your head?
Are you thirsty?
Do you know all the simple things that it
Takes to change my mind?

Instead of lying boldly...
That face could be so pretty
But you scarred it all before
Put everything aside

Now I know you've filled my life (she said)
Is there no weapon to make this end? (you said)
I'm sorry, I didn't help to pretend (you said)
Cause I know nothing in my life is chained forever
Now that you can find a way

Where's the frowning?
Where's the crying?
Where's the "I would bleed for you?"
You held my hand well...
Feed the image...
I know it's hard for you to believe...
That you could be alone now
The picture seems so close
But I'm so very far away
But not far enough

Now I know you'll ruin my life (he said)
Is there no weapon to make this end? (you said)
I'm sorry I didn't help to pretend (she said)
Cause I know nothing in my life is chained forever
Now that you can find a way

Hey, you sold yourself again
It never comes back again
Yeah, you sold yourself again
Bitch you fucked it up again
Bitch do you trust me?
Do you trust me?
Do you want this pain inside?
Where's your head?
Are you thirsty?
Do you know all the simple things that it
Takes to change my mind?

Instead of lying boldly
That face could be so pretty
But you scarred it all before


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Filthy Lyrics as written by Matthew Francis Holt Christopher Bradlee Houck

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    I think this song sounds like someone was being used?

    EcstasyInAgonyon June 06, 2002   Link
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    I think it is about someone WAS being used...or at least lied to and played the fool. He's asking "Where's your head at?" "why would you do this?" and of course "do you want this pain inside? (this isn't going away...maybe you should.) I actually think it's calm, cool, and collective way to bring up some really big points in that situation...heh...at least that's how it reads to me.

    suckymusicsuckson December 27, 2005   Link

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