You got a problem you don't know it
Don't know how long you can suffer it
And it burns you can feel it till the bitter end
It didn't have to be this way

You could have carried on
Another chance for you to test your freedom
Where did it go wrong?
Don't know how long it's been inside you

But you weren't feeling right
Together we could always solve you problems
But now you're out of sight
How many times did I ask you

What's going on?
Didn't we have so many thought in common
Where did it go wrong?
Ain't no use in denying with each word spoken you give yourself away

Your troubles are multiplying you lying as soon as you are gone face
You're final day
Don't know when it's gone come your final day
You didn't think that I would notice

I see it in your eyes
The tragic flaw was you forgot to back up all your alibis
You kept it hidden deep inside you
How you were feeling then

Did you give all of your time to someone?
Was the time well spend?
You got a problem you don't know it
Don't know how long you can suffer it

And it burns you can feel it till the bitter end
All that's hidden within you is worth repeating
Say what you want to say
You got to try and just get through

What's in you or soon you are gone face
Your final day


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Final Day Lyrics as written by Fletcher Douglas Dragge Byron C. Mcmackin

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    hey, where are u ppl? this is s supoib song, verses are sooo catchy

    rieveon August 16, 2002   Link
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    great song - love it

    days2dazeon February 15, 2005   Link
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    This is someone, probably Jason M. Thirsk, who refused to let his friend(s) help him solve his problems which rid him into suicide. A song we all can gather and advice of: Care about your friends and let them care about you. Is there a better punk band than pennywise? Not for me, their text helped me several times (to get a little wiser).

    Neutraloon February 20, 2005   Link
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    dude, probably my favorite song on Full-circle. gotta love the gang vocals.

    tjtech12on August 29, 2007   Link
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    Talks of someone who has a problem and will not accept other people's help, even though they know there is an issue. I'd say it was about Thirsk

    nex2289on May 12, 2009   Link
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    You guys are right it's about a person not wanting others help when they are fucked, like Thirsk

    epicmikenomoreon June 22, 2010   Link

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