A slave to my thoughts daily
I finally lost my craving
Need this to end real soon
You come then you go away
No way I can make it through this
Can you feel my heart fade away?
Do you remember what it was like when you told me no?

Feeling I can't figure me out
I'd try but I'm not allowed
Where do I go from here now?
My friends can't explain this to me
When I see you I don't see me
I feel I'll never gain
Your affection is a must to me
But reflections of past life won't let me be
Right now all hope is lost
Do you remember what it was like when you told me no?

Feeling I can't figure me out
I'd try but I'm not allowed
Where do I go from here now?
Save some for me
There's still blood for nine


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    i would really like to hear some peoples opinion on this one. my fav tune by these guys hands down!!!

    urielon April 17, 2005   Link
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    This song may be about wanting to be with somebody soo badly, that it is the only thing you concentrate on, and when you know you can't have what you want, you don't know where to go next. Good song, Mark sings through the whole thing, no screaming (Im pretty sure, havent heard this song in a long time)

    Bloodhawkon April 30, 2006   Link
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    This song could be about when you're with someone and want to do more things, but yourself doesn't let you because of past experience... And you really don't want to lose this person because they make you feel so good

    SleepySamon May 14, 2006   Link

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