Love to me was to be something
More when it came to you

Forever filling a void
Something I cannot avoid
Everytime I'm put together
I'm being destroyed

So when you come around
You'll find me on the ground
Searching for a piece
That I never found

I feel so stupid, friends knew it, turned to it
I'm by myself, I'm bound to be

I can't find what I'm missing
I've lost myself, I hope that you're listening
I've seen my puzzle taken apart
It's hard to start again

But with you, all I knew was the filth
That you put me through

I'm sick reliving the past
My time it came and it passed
I'm holding on to the memories
Making them last

So when you come around
You'll find me on the ground
Searching for a piece
That I never found

And I knew it was to be
My words are quick to undress me
Filled my heart with broken glass
To make this thing last

Feels so numb when we lie together
Feels so numb when we lie together

I'm by myself, I'm bound to be



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    well, this doesn't suck... although i'm generally not attracted to this type of "rap-rock" (because it's generally crap), i like this song. i saw DWR when they played in tampa a few years back. "feel so stupid" is probably my favorite darwin song.

    ninonon March 23, 2002   Link
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    Great song, I saw them live with Reveille and Primer 55 and these guys were way better than Primer 55 (they quit their set after just 4 songs) and almost stole the show. I've been a fan of DWR for a long time, keep rockin'.

    Elion April 10, 2002   Link
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    F**k!!!, this song kicks ass!!!!!!!

    punkrawkk!don July 08, 2002   Link

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