Gave in again
The bastard
Can't keep refusing rights
So he'll loan the cash
But the sin
Is on the hands of you

So to care or
Plead silence, weak hands are calling

There's close enough
And there's too far
It won't change an empty stare
But I can't seem to end
These images
Hauntingly looks like hell

So to care or
Plead silence, weak hands are calling

Come, enter the foreign.
Face, all that's shameful.
Cheat, may the past find
Out, separating

So to care or
Plead silence, weak hands are calling


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Panic Prone Lyrics as written by Peter Loeffler Joseph Loeffler

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    General CommentThis song is about some who has a friend who's on drugs and he's in trouble but he doesn't realize it. "gave in again, the bastard" he gave in to drugs again "can't keep refusing rights" he will never stop uding drugs "so he'll loan the cash" he'll say sorry and he'll promise not to do it again "but the sin is on the hands of you" you can do something about it "so to care or plead silence weak hands are calling" are you gonna do something or try to ignore it "i can't seem end these images, hauntingly looks like hell" you can't stop thinking about how your friend is on drugs "to end this catastrophic scene" to end the sad scene of how your friend is on drugs "awake and breathe in" this is all real its not just some dream that you hope to wake from. This is my opinion of the song it could mean anything. i just wanted to give my opinion
    Themuse97on March 24, 2005   Link

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