""Trust me I haven't got trust in me We can grit some teeth and dream Just don't let three fall on the great time oh stye New Scheme but all the players bored me to be tired and work... On the things we shouldn't on the great time os stye I got in my eye Don't mean the tuff son be road... no In this place with no face will you stare In this place with no face can't be real They want me they need me Heaven pray to want me Trust me I haven't got trust in me We can grit some teeth and dream Just don't let three fall on the great time os stye I got in my eye Don't mean the tuff son be road... no In this place with no face will you stare In this place with no face can't be real They want you they need you Heaven pray to want you I like thee on mediocrity also be so real I like thee on mediocrity so fake so fake so fake""


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    This is one of my favorite Alient Ant Farm songs. I love AAF's lyrics cause they're so cryptic and tongue and cheek. It's hard to make sense of some of them, like this one, but anybody can have their take on the words cause it's so unspecific.

    To me it's about trying to change yourself to be with someone, or trying to look for a relationship that's deeper or more serious instead of having only a physical relationship with no emotion. That's my take on it. Anybody else?

    p.s. pretty soon, I'm going to try to add some lyrics from my own band called Kiss My Aesthetic, so check back for that one day.

    theStrayon March 05, 2003   Link

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