"Drown The City" as written by and Brian Michael/miller White....
Lie to me
I won't lie
Tape your mouth shut
Lie to me
I won't lie
Swallow your tongue

Forget it all I have you buried in my walls
Ill use your skin to cover up my scares

The place you lay in a bloody hall of fame
The ropes that tied your hands right by your side
The place you lay in a bloody hall of fame
The ropes that tied your hands right by your side

So now your screaming at the top of your lungs
Hoping for someone to come
Hoping they’ll bring a gun
To inflict all the pain
I caused upon you.

I won't die I will lie
The only problem with the story carved on your chest
Is its hard to read when your missing your ribs

The place you lay in a bloody hall of fame
The ropes that tied your hands right by your side
The place you lay in a bloody hall of fame
The ropes that tied your hands right by your side

So now your screaming at the top of your lungs
Hoping for someone to come
Hoping they’ll bring a gun
To inflict all the pain
I caused upon you.

I won't die I will lie
The only problem with the story carved on your chest
Is its hard to read when your missing your ribs

So now your screaming at the top of your lungs
Hoping for someone to come
Hoping they’ll


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"Drown the City" as written by Cory Matthew La Quay Brian Michael White

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General Commentlols, but seriously

    i think it's about a person who gave up his true friends (lied to them etc) for the next best thing in his eyes, and then he regrets it, but no one's there for him
    pageweknewon January 14, 2008   Link

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