While other things lose their luster, this will stay with us forever,
the hours passed, but time's not wasted...
these hopes and dreams we've relied on
are slowing turning into everything we live for.

Chorus:
If I could spread my sympathy,
then you'd begin to understand it's in the givers' takers hands and I said...
observe the actions shown,
but be careful of deception and make it all your own.

Verse:
It's 4 a.m. and everything is black,
we're trapped inside these four walls, and I've never been happier.
An empty hotel room and pressed for time,
these last hours will make or break it all, we'll rise or take the fall.

(Chorus)

Verse:
As long as we have this, we've left nothing behind,
we'll stare into the sun until we feel blind.
We'll turn up the radio and drive while we live it up and lose track of time.


Lyrics submitted by Glennox

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    yeah... i think this song is all about a certain relationship wherein whatever the consequences are, they still managed to cope up with it and survive...

    Glennoxon August 05, 2005   Link
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    The 111 site says the song's just called "Bowzer", but whatever.

    tjwellson April 18, 2006   Link
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    Erm... On the official Jinxed site it's listed as "Bowser's Castle". I am gonna hazard a guess and say it's somehow related to Mario.

    Their site is jinxedrock.com, just so you know.

    AshJWilliamson September 02, 2007   Link

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