Oh I'm that sick I see it that way
I'd rather be dead then have you stay
You pretend that it's OK
Right now it's my time to take
Feeding off my hate today
Feeding off the lives I waste
Now it's time to change my ways
Now it's time to erase my name
Can't see my face
You can't see my face now
Pass out of existence
Gone

Disgusted by your presence now
I wonder what it would be like if you were down
Could you cope? Could you really cope?
Could you hope? Or would you sit and wait for me?
Seeking for my placement now
Now it's time to change my ways
Now it's time to erase my name
Can't see my face

You can't see my face now
Pass out of existence
When I close my eyes
I see myself dead
I know you want it this way don't you?
When I close my eyes
I see myself
Dead, gone now


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Pass Out of Existence Lyrics as written by Chris Spicuzza Andy Herrick

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    To pass out of existence is a metaphor to disappear. A lot of times you just so get fed up with life and the peolpe that surround you that you want to be able to disappear forever.

    rhyan_basson May 27, 2004   Link
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    thank you oh so much for stating the obvious.....

    MetabolicDiseaseon June 15, 2004   Link
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    im just stating what mark hunter said from his mouth. so im not stating the obvious mark would be. smart one

    rhyan_basson June 15, 2004   Link
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    haha ok fine...Mark is stating the obvious..and people should be hit with bricks if they dont understand the meaning behind the song...i dont think anyone should need an explanation from anyone in the band..that was my point

    MetabolicDiseaseon June 15, 2004   Link
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    yeah, except this site is for song meanings.

    luminiscenton February 13, 2006   Link
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    disappear forever=suicide another obvious statement for you

    porcupusmarauderon April 23, 2009   Link

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