Got the disease in my mind that chaos runs through in you
Guilty toys for your insides
Just plead and I'll conduct you
Believe in me, I'm the juice

Receive from me the hand of truth
In still your trust I'll take you there
I penetrate and run through
Feel it so warm

Branded forearm
Synthetic high that drains you
Accelerated poles
Blood rush through

Branded forearm
Mudvayne returned
Inner mutiny lost tranquility
Broken people fixed again plumming christened with disorder

? took a spell to possess you
You embrace me for the high
Unfocused black swells as you die
Inner icon solicits sympathy

Departed being struggles so desperately
I'm so outside myself
Breathless body betrays my cry for help
Rest in earth,

Rest in peace
Await rebirth as I roll up my sleeve feel
Roll up my fuckin' sleeve
It so warm

Branded forearm
Masticate you as I cultivate through
You're life I loathe,

Scrambled being your impressions leaking
Sins been bastioned in you
Do what I do just to see through you
Your life is death now

Consequences been plowed under earth
Ashes to ashes dust to dust
Want you dead so much

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Cultivate Lyrics as written by Greg Tribbett Chad L. Gray

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    i think that this is about the 4th episode of the smurfs!

    Ї§†Ü®ßÊÐon July 13, 2002   Link
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    Disturbed, u annoy me. Mkay after that's all clear... this is one of, by far, my favourite Mudvayne song. I think that this song is either about using drugs like needles or cutting yourself. Maybe double meaning?

    _punk_in_drublic_on July 19, 2002   Link
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    like many of mudvayne songs hes wishign for death (rebirth) although mudvayne has some pretty evil lyrics they seem to have this idea of "god takign them away" and leaving the world. in this song the way the speaker is reborn is by using drugs "await rebirth as i roll up my sleeve". and he feels warm after he shoots up or he feels a sense that he feels better when on drugs. but really after doign it so much that "life is death now". or maybe im just talking out of my ass

    bodegason July 21, 2002   Link
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    When they say "please god take me away" it's more than likely a figure of speech, seeing as all the members don't believe in a god or could care less if there is one.

    SilentAenimaon July 30, 2002   Link
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    Oh people people people... Chill. It's about a herion addiction by the way, According to Chad ( Kud ) anyway... It reminds me of my addiction to herion in the past too... And if you are wondering, he's no longer on the juice ;-)

    DeathlureLifebaneon September 05, 2002   Link
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    There's too many songs about drugs, I try to think of them about other things.

    SilentAenimaon September 11, 2002   Link
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    i agree with SilentAenima. but have any of you heard Mudvaynes new single off their new cd yet?? its amazing!! its called Not Falling. i heard they wernt supossed to air for a little longer but im from peoria which is also where mudvayne is from so im guessing some radio stations already got a hold of their stuff. but i could be wrong. im not the smartest of people. either way mudvayne is possibly one of the best bands ever in my opinion.

    anti_crombieKidon September 29, 2002   Link
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    this song rocks

    moonbabyon September 29, 2002   Link
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    Yes, this song is about herion addiction. However, as many songs that Mudvayne has that are about addiction, you all should know that they talk about using drugs to escape reality. they write about, literally, killing themselves with addiction. They want to sedate themselves until life "fades" away. Chad seems to believe that, or at least pretends to believe that, he will be reborn after this life is over. He wants to leave this horrible thing called life that has haunted him forever. Or, at least, that's what I gather.

    oKySPon May 10, 2004   Link
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    I really can't see of it in any other way than that of using drugs. Can anyone else explain something other than drugs? I just wanted to point out when they say "Mudvayne returned", how I guess they meant that they are seen as the garbage of society again, as is the meaning of their name, Mudvayne.

    lego9139on March 10, 2006   Link

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