I haven´t much to say today because the nowhere
album´s on thinking to much about tomorrow and
the insperation´s gone good times bad times
seem to be the same when I´m doing something my
mind is always somewhere else

All the talk about the one day plan has´nt got
to me only my memories can make me feel free

Anything I can do anything in the house of
blend is where I find my energy

I´m too occupied with my own dreams a numskull
in a bed you tried to dissapoint me with the
things you said but now I´m busy maybe in a
month wake me up and fill my empty mind with
doubts

Give me something to hate cause I can´t go on
hating me give me someone to blame and tell me
there´s nothing wrong with me eject me if you
can reject me if I come again consciousley I
will run into more fun...


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House of Blend Lyrics as written by Fredrik Larzon Erik Ohlsson

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    hey you left out a bit in tha chorus..

    it's "Anything I can do anything that I want to, in the house of blend is where I my energy"

    i tink

    klon August 02, 2002   Link

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