It's come to this
You're covered in blood
So how could you miss
Here we are
Here we are

Just take a seat
You've lost the world
You stand up on your faith
Here we are
Here we are

Stop believing you're precious
And just take another hit for me
Stop believing you're precious
Cause I give you all that I could give

It's come to this
You're drenched in sweat
So how can you sleep
Here we are
Here we are

Just take a seat
You've lost the world
Just stand on your faith
Here we are
Here we are

Stop believing you're precious
And just take another hit for me
Stop believing you're precious
Cause I give you all that I could give

Stop believing you're precious
And just take another hit for me
Stop believing you're precious
Cause I give you all that I could give


Lyrics submitted by Diizzy, edited by Mellow_Harsher

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    Whats this got to do with the big lebowski?

    shariiion October 11, 2008   Link
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    "Stop believing you're precious" sounds just like "Stop parading your angles" in Deftones - Elite, and the scream has the same tones.

    The reference to Big Lebowski is the idea of the chase, a lot of red herrings. They go all over looking for the money when the whole thing was a setup from the very beginning. It's the dude's viewpoint of being used over and over again.

    Akaneonon May 05, 2009   Link
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    I just now realized how completely and totally wrong these lyrics are.

    Here's the real lyrics kids.

    It's come to this You're covered in blood So how could you miss Here we are Here we are

    Just take a seat You've lost the world You stand up on your faith Here we are Here we are

    Stop believing you're precious And just take another hit for me Stop believing you're precious Cause I give you all that I could give

    It's come to this You're drenched in sweat So how can you sleep Here we are Here we are

    Just take a seat You've lost the world Just stand on your faith Here we are Here we are

    Stop believing you're precious And just take another hit for me Stop believing you're precious Cause I give you all that I could give

    Stop believing you're precious And just take another hit for me Stop believing you're precious Cause I give you all that I could give

    Akaneonon October 14, 2009   Link

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