Blues hearted lady sleepy was she
Love for the devil brought her to me
Tears of a thousand drawn to her sin
Seasons of wither holdin' me in

Ooh woe is me I feel so badly for you
Ooh woe is me I feel so sadly for you
In time bound to lose your mind
Live on borrowed time
Take the wind right out of your sail

Fireflies dance in the heat of
Hound dogs that bay at the moon
My ship leaves in the midnight
Can't say I'll be back too soon

They awaken far far away
Heat of my candle show me the way
Tears of a thousand drawn to her sin
Seasons of wither holdin' me in

Ooh woe is me I feel so badly for you
Ooh woe is me I feel so sadly for you
In time bound to lose your mind
Live on borrowed time
Take the wind right out of your sail


Lyrics submitted by oofus, edited by DanMercury

Seasons Of Wither Lyrics as written by Steven Tallarico

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    General CommentWell, I love this song...(one of my faves) and unfortunately it seemed to affect me the most when i was strung out on dope. If you have ever sat around dope-sick with no help on the way...and pondering the way things are in your life...it really hits me like a knife in the heart. But i think there is so so much guilt and pain involved in trying to just cop every day....not to mention keeping a rock band alive that artists like Steve have at least one release that most "regular" folks do not. They can write songs about their pain. And i think the part of the song may be guilt from all the ugly things involved in that kind of life. My personal meaning is that one time i turned a girl on for her first time....and years later..i was "clean"...but she was my cross to bare and never recovered and deid. It hurts to feel responsible for such a messed-up thing. And it hurts....a lot. But thats MY OWN meaning
    joepro1227on March 04, 2012   Link

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