I feel your pain
Almost lost it all
You are all the same
The wounded bleed to death
Tarnish my name
You deserve nothing at all...
You knew that life was a game...
You deserve nothing at all...
You must endure your own PAIN!
Life in the dark without a light
Hollow empty
Let’s get it right
You deserve nothing at all...
You knew that life was a game...
You deserve nothing at all...
Red dress serpent...
Just stop it..
Just stop it...
Red dress serpent and you’ll stay here!
You deserve nothing at all...
You knew that life was a game...
You deserve nothing at all...
YOU MUST ENDURE YOUR OWN PAIN!


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    this song is hard. I mean that in the sense that everyone'll have their own interpretations of who/what the pain is aimed at...

    Maybe its about the world...

    Siberian_kisson June 25, 2003   Link
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    I reckon that maybe she's slandering society for making everybody act/dress the same.

    "I feel your pain, almost lost it all You are all the same" There is no individuality, and she used to be a clone just like everybody else until she woke up to herself

    "The wounded bleed to death Tarnish my name You deserve nothing at all..." People talk about her behind her back cos of her being herself, and she thinks they deserve shit for this

    "You knew that life was a game... You deserve nothing at all... You must endure your own PAIN!" She's saying 'you know everybody is different, so suck shit you can suffer for trying to make me like you!'

    "Life in the dark without a light Hollow empty, let’s get it right You deserve nothing at all..." Being a clone is like being in the dark, not knowing what to do. This left her feeling hollow and empty, so she's saying to everyone else 'let's get this right, be yourself'

    "Red dress serpent... Just stop it, just stop it... Red dress serpent and you’ll stay here!" Red dress serpent is obviously the main 'ring-leader' in this situation, and she's saying that she should stop trying to make people just like her cos if she keeps trying she'll go nowhere

    sunshine_arakhanon January 19, 2005   Link

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