"Remember Everything" as written by Zoltan Bathroy, Ivan Moody, Thomas Jason Grinstead, Jeremy Spencer, Kevin Churko and Kane Churko....
Oh, dear mother, I love you
I'm sorry, I wasn't good enough
Dear father, forgive me
'Cause in your eyes, I just never added up
In my heart I know I failed you
But you left me here alone

If I could hold back the rain
Would you numb the pain
'Cause I remember everything
If I could help you forget
Would you take my regrets
'Cause I remember everything

Oh, dear brother, just don't hate me
For never standing by you or being by your side
Dear sister, please don't blame me
I only did what I thought was truly right
It's a long and lonely road
When you know you walk alone

If I could hold back the rain
Would you numb the pain
'Cause I remember everything
If I could help you forget
Would you take my regrets
'Cause I remember everything

I feel like running away
I'm still so far from home
You say that I'll never change
But what the fuck do you know
I'll burn it all to the ground before I let you run
Please forgive me, I can't forgive you now
I remember everything

If I could hold back the rain, would you numb the pain
'Cause I remember everything
If I could help you forget, would you take my regrets
'Cause I remember everything

It all went by so fast
I still can't change the past
I always will remember everything
If we could start again
Would that change the end
We remember everything

Lyrics submitted by Lekoglo, edited by JASSASSINATOR

"Remember Everything" as written by Jeremy Spencer Ivan Moody

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  • +8
    My InterpretationAfter having watched the video for this sing, the meaning seems very clear to me. The video opens up with a baby being admired by his parents and drawing in a completely white room. He has a half dollar coin, likely minted the year of his birth, this is a symbol. He celebrates his birthday, plays with toys, he seems like a perfectly normal and happy child.

    Then we see his father begin drinking and yelling at him and he runs away, only to find his mother yelling at him. He gets a little bit older and the abuse continues, he now is drawing dark lines and using spray paint in the white room where the innocent child drew pictures. He sits on a rock and holds the coin in his hand

    As he grows older, we find him in his late or early twenties. He has a girlfriend now and they get married. He continues to paint in dark lines. For the first time now, we see him drinking. the next scene he is in an argument with his wife, lightly shoving her. When in shows him in the painting room he is distraught, sad and angry with his painting.

    Next we find the boy, now a man, walking away from him home in cammies. He in shipped off to combat, he receives letters from his wife as one would expect. While there, we see him shoot a man dead with his rifle, and he instantly has a terrified look as if to say "What have I done?". There is more painting in the room, but this time it is dark thick marks made with a paintbrush, he is no longer painting anything specific, just dark marks. He looks over his dead friends.

    He returns home from war and we see he and his wife having a BBQ with some friends, he seems zoned out. He continues to drink. in the next scene there is a woman walking away with suitcases, presumably his wife. He now is taking a hammer to all his childhood mementos, wedding mementos and alcohol. He is screaming and the video flashes between him screaming and his dad screaming. He is now just throwing black paint on the walls of the white room

    Now we find him laying in a hospital bed, hood up to IV and EKG. He flat lines and we see the coin fall out of his hand. End of video.

    Judging by this it seems that a boy is born, he is abused by his parents. Because of this, he grows up like his father did. Once he realizes he has grown up to be what he hated, he tries to fix it but it is too late. He dies lonely.

    The coin is a symbol for his troubles. He was given the coin as a boy and was abused as a boy. He hung on to both of these things until he died, he dropped the coin symbolically letting go of his problems, it took death to free him.

    Please feel free to correct me if you interpret differently.
    chriscolwxon August 08, 2013   Link
  • +6
    General CommentIm not even sure what to say at this point. I was a abused child, im all messed up because of it and thats what i take from this, and yes I cried
    Nightmare24on October 31, 2011   Link
  • +4
    General CommentI love this song, It's pretty obvious what it's about.
    I cried the first time I listened. x.x
    Wh0racleon October 28, 2011   Link
  • +3
    General Comment... I think of my parents and family when i hear this... because it seems like I'm never good enough for any of them... no matter how hard I try... I'll always be a whore and a retard and a bitch..... sometimes it's hard to hear those words from my family.... but now adays... i just feel numb. I love this song.
    Luna666on June 01, 2012   Link
  • +2
    General CommentWow, I was really not expecting this song. I think it's one of the best on American Capitalist. It's definitely got that power-ballad feel while still keeping that nice heavy guitar in the back, just hardly noticeable.
    The_Boogeymanon October 13, 2011   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIt sounds like a suicide note that was the first thought that came to mind when I heard the song, I came across it by chance I would have never listened to the band if it were not for a survey....(that is all I can say about the survey) but I really like the song
    crazy88son March 24, 2012   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI just saw them last night and they played it acoustically, and Ivan was crying when he was singing it. Very moving to watch
    marquptonon May 10, 2012   Link
  • +1
    General CommentYou guys should check out the video for this song on youtube. Some of FFDP's videos are clearly linked to the song and this is one of them... I think it explains it quite well.

    'One friend can save a life'
    JonVoltageon July 31, 2012   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI feel that alot of us feel this way about our lives and we wonder if it didn't need to be that way. If we knew the outcome of ours and others in our lives paths... could we have changed anything for the better. Would we still have learned what we have about ourselves and the world we struggle in?
    IamMrgreenon March 16, 2014   Link
  • 0
    General CommentTalking with other people, this song seems more like a suicide note. At times, apologzing to his family for not being what they wanted. Later, kind of talking about wishing he had never been born!
    MCanaon January 17, 2012   Link

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