I've gobbled all the peels
I discard the fruit
I'm the only one left here and I'm a sour patch kid
Something about here is making me hate me Something about here is making me hate me Something I can't put my finger on
Something I can't put my fist through
It's not like this is what I'm trying to do
It's not something to prove or nothing better to do
No reason to stay is a good reason to go


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Soria Lyrics as written by Pablo Roca Avila Ivan Rodriguez Cuevas

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    "I eat all the trash and throw away whats good for me, this place makes me feel like crap, its something unphysical, I just want to smash it, my reasoning tells me theres a good reason to leave." -that sums it up, this song has the most unbelievable time signature riff I've ever heard.

    Apiddyon December 30, 2004   Link
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    I don't know, I think it means exactly what it says. Someone just doesn't like themself and where they are and doesn't feel like they should stay because they haven't a reason to. It could be a place like an actual location or maybe a state of mind, maybe a relationship. Or maybe it's about something totally different, cap'n jazz is crazy.

    ^my friend diana's translation.

    Bridgetcoreon January 24, 2005   Link
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    isn't this song just in 4/4?

    JSamataroon April 17, 2007   Link
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    isn't this song just in 4/4?

    JSamataroon April 17, 2007   Link

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