the war that's in your mind you explained to me sounds like you're obsessed but
certainly somewhere you will find a place to express your needs you always
insist that place is me you're right your - holy system is right your right
your - no one can stand al the lies your right your holy system
is right you're right your - the walls been broken down

release me the walls been broken down

before you ever thought you culd bury me i turned off the lights so you can't
see a shadow in the dark that you can barely see surrounded by the
dead that doesn't bleed you're right your - holy system is right you're right
your no one can stand all the lies you're right your - holy system is right
you're right your - the walls been broken down circles form around me
i can't see staring eyes have brought me to my knees you're right you're right

release me the walls been broken down


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    crossbreed is the shit.but anyways this song is about a fucked up relationship where the chic is just screweing with his mind and scarring him.

    ninpunk420on May 02, 2002   Link
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    I believe this song relates to someone I know they think that there the one that I go to because they need ot be released sometimes I feel thats all they use me for is relief sometimes I feel like tool sometimes I don't care but I'm starting to let this bother me.

    SMUSER17158825on May 03, 2009   Link

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