Wheels turn crush me,
I am the machine
Heaven helps those
Who forget to dream
I see a spark,
Great is what we are
Eyes toward my reward,
Compensated for

I am no-one,
I am nothing.
Mold me, make me
Into something you find worth in,
Deem special

I am no-one
I am nothing.
And I'm sure I'll remember
The love this brings me
By the glass cuts on my feet

Fate damns, guides me
Into life's fear and shame
Bully into submission,
It's the only thing that keeps me sane
I will never break free
I don't want to break free
Comfort in my tortures,
There must be a reward

I am no-one,
I am nothing.
Mold me, make me
Into something you find worth in,
Deem special

I am no-one,
I am nothing.
And I'm sure I'll remember
The love this brings me
By the glass cuts on my feet

I sold myself out to you
You told me that you were truth
Use me as your new disease
I just need to please
I live, die, kill just for you
My self-esteem I remove
Cut me and bleed me dry
I can serve just let me try

I am no one.
I am nothing.
God, please help me.

Mold me into what you want me to be
I can't stand this,
I feel removed
I feel remorse
For my understanding

Take me,
Change me
Into something...






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Vehicle Lyrics as written by Darrell Hyde Charles W. Istvan

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    At first I thought this song was Satanic but now I think it's the opposite of that, like society has such a strong hold on us, we just be like everyone else, because that's wut seems right.

    walking-catastropheon February 08, 2002   Link
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    my all-time favorite boysetsfire song.... so damn good

    Evadon March 15, 2002   Link
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    this is such a great song, the coalesce verison is great too.

    DxhxC Casperon April 25, 2002   Link
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    awesome...coalesce does it better though :-D

    djmogon June 08, 2002   Link
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    coalesce blows. and their version of this song could never equal the original. but that's what opinions are for, i guess.

    Evadon June 10, 2002   Link
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    coalesce's version sounds more fitting for the lyrics and is better, and coalesce did more for hardcore music then boy sets fire will ever do, for anything

    6 to 8on June 20, 2002   Link
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    great song

    hansdude84on July 11, 2002   Link
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    Coalesce is more metal then hardcore. Hardcore is categorized as a punk sub genre and there's nothing punk about coalesce

    hansdude84on July 11, 2002   Link
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    I actually like the boy sets fire version more that coalesce's. I wish they would play it at shows.

    Orion_in_flameson April 04, 2003   Link
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    this song is amazing performed live.

    chad's voice is amazing on this song as well.

    thisgirlcankillon April 17, 2003   Link

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