Hey, stop on a dime
Take both your hands
Reach them above, one at a time
Are you alone in here?
I heard the voice so clearly

I tried not to breathe
Tried not to speak
Clamping my tongue between my teeth
Are you alone in here?
I heard the voice so clearly say

Well, there are fine lines I've seen
We are stuck in between
With separate eyes to use and throw aside
How we die, nobody wants to know
Who decides where everybody goes?
Where everybody goes

Well, no, this can't be it
I start to sweat
Haunted by all the things I'd miss
This can't be right
I realized right then that
It's me or him, yeah

There are fine lines I've seen
We are stuck in between
With separate eyes to use and throw aside
How we die, nobody has to know
Who decides where everybody goes?
What if I don't?

Oh, no, I can't believe this
I don't know why
This had to happen
I had no choice
Well, it was me or him (x2)

There's a fine line
Between what is justified or just obscene
Fragile eyes to use and throw aside
How we die, nobody wants to know
Who decides where everybody goes?
Where everybody goes

How we died, no one will ever know
Who decides where everybody goes?
Who decides where everybody goes?
Who decides where everybody goes?
Who decides where everybody goes?
Who decides where everybody goes?
Who decides where everybody goes?
Who decides where everybody goes?
Who decides where everybody goes?
Who decides where everybody goes?


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    General CommentHmm. Not totally sure what this song means. I think it might have to do with him being forced to make this big decision. Or it could just mean his life is ending, and he doesn't want to leave it because he's realized that there are so many thing he's missed in his life. I dunno. The "Well it was me or him" part could mean the decision could effect either him or the other guy....
    aprilmayjune07on April 17, 2007   Link

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