"Patches" as written by Thomas Darrell Linton, Richard E Burch, Zachary Michel Lind and James Christopher Adkins....
I’m not worried about my life, it’s too big.
Carpet stains on the ground and I think I’ve found a way out downstairs turn around.
Wake me, take me up upside down.
Head down, lay down.
No one is ever around when I need them most.
Ricochet, right now.
I’m not worried about my life, it’s too big.
Carpet stains on the ground and I thought I found a way out Downstairs turn around.
Wake me, take me up upside down.
Hands down, lay down.
No one is ever around when I need them most.
Ricochet ricochet, right now


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    General Commentis this supposed to be a sad song? "No one is ever around when I need them most."
    honestyormysteryon May 10, 2002   Link
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    General CommentDuh, it's pretty self explanatory, and just reading it makes me sad. It's about someone killing themselves or cutting themselves "Carpet stains on the ground and I think I've found a way out" " No one is ever around when I need them most"
    pacsun2871on May 18, 2002   Link

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