You remember, I will always
See you for the liar you are.
And if I were gone tomorrow
Then finally you would see all my scars.
This won't get the best of me
Won't try to even listen to me
You keep clinging on to me
But I feel my sanity drain and
I feel the break I
Can feel the break I
You remember, I will always
See you for the liar you are.
And if I were gone tomorrow
Then finally you would see all my scars.
This won't get the best of me
Won't try to even listen to me
You keep clinging on to me
But I feel my sanity drain and
I feel the break I
Can feel the break I
I can feel the break
And I know what's to follow
Never before was the truth
hard to follow
In your own self-doubt you will wallow
Now it's my time
You remember I will always
See you for the liar I know you ARE!
Even when I try
I cannot seem to find
One good reason why
I should believe your lies and
I feel the break I
Can feel the break I
Can feel the break and I know what's to follow
Never before was the truth hard to swallow
In your own self-doubt you will wallow
Now I don't have the time


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    bad ass song, amazing live too, nice job dude

    BKirbs34on January 10, 2002   Link
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    have you noticed that almost all of their songs talk about lies??

    frostedflakes098on April 03, 2003   Link
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    Have you noticed how no one cares except you =/.

    And yeah this song is awesome

    WerdzHertzon April 15, 2003   Link
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    yeah frostedflakes shut the fuck up until you actually have something intelligent to say. you too, shadowwiththeeyes. fuckin doucheball.

    toolapcon December 18, 2004   Link
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    Ah yes. You're a big man, aren't you? Insulting a guy on a page you think he'll never see. Very impressive.

    shadowwiththeeyeson December 28, 2004   Link
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    apparently though you will see it since your whole life revolves around the internet. stop trying to defend yourself, it's not working. you're fucking pathetic.

    toolapcon February 25, 2005   Link
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    Great song. I have it stuck in my head cause I heard it earlier. the horrible irony in all of this is that I broke my finger tonight at work. I'm feeling the break right now. this is hella lame.

    jc6mdon September 03, 2005   Link

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