"Molotov" as written by and Randy Michael Torres Steven Allen Dail....
They dance all night and sleep all day
They live for nothing, but this escape
Too bad they can't say at the break of the dawn
That the night was a dream
Nobody can say at the rise of the sun
That it was what it seemed

I know I swallowed it all and I could never be full
And now they call me a fool for leaving
I know I swallowed it all and I could never be sure
And now they call me a fool for leaving

They drink all night and ache all day
Too bad they can't say at the break of the dawn
That the night was a dream
Nobody can say at the rise of the sun
That it was what it seemed

I know I swallowed it all and I could never be full
And now they call me a fool for leaving
I know I swallowed it all and I could never be sure
And now they call me a fool for leaving

Home with you, alone with you
Home with you, alone with you
I'm leaving
Now, I'm leaving

So when all those who are convinced
There's nothing but this
Come to us and condescend
We know we won't miss emptiness

Too bad they can't say at the break of the dawn
That the night was a dream
Nobody can say at the rise of the sun
That it was what it seemed

I know I swallowed it all and I could never be full
And now they call me a fool for leaving
I know I swallowed it all and I could never be sure
And now they call me a fool for leaving

(Home with you)
I know I swallowed it all and I could never be full
(Alone with you)
And now they call me a fool for leaving

(Home with you)
I know I've swallowed it all and I could never be sure
(Alone with you)
And now they call me a fool for leaving



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"Molotov" as written by Randy Michael Torres Andrew Albert Schwab

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    General Commentyour first quote..i think it can apply to my party idea. like..teenagers who don't care about anything anymore except going out and partying. and what you said about the second verse..he says drank all night and ache all day..like a hangover. idk, maybe its just cuz i'm still in high school that i think it relates to something that simple =P
    AgentHappyDayon August 01, 2007   Link
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    General Comment'Decadence. It is inviting as it is alluring. And as ultimately empty as it is temporarily thrilling. This is a goodbye song to the party, the dance, written from the perspective of one who has tasted at all (much like Solomon), and found no meaning in any of it beyond the fact that truth is not found in decadence, but in relationship with above...' - Andrew Schwab
    xXx10290on August 08, 2007   Link
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    General Commentsounds like he's talking about a big party with alcohol..

    "too bad they can't say at the break of the dawn that the night was a dream"

    they can't say they had a fun night because they don't remember it and/or threw up or got sick.

    "i know i've swallowed it all but i could never be full and now they call me a fool for leaving"

    he drank it all but never got full as in never got the pleasure out of it that they promised and so he left

    straight up went to a party and hated it..nothing more nothing less imho
    AgentHappyDayon July 19, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI dont think hes talking about a party. I think its an every night thing "they live for nothing but this escape"

    i think by "too bad they can't say at the break of the dawn that the night was a dream" he means by the day they wish the night didnt happen.

    also in the second verse hes revieling that its not nearly as fun as it sounds in the first.
    gtjhcvghckjyxon July 31, 2007   Link

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