"Dead" as written by and Stephen Fretwell....
You never loved me
now I cannot lie down in that bed
I cannot lie down in all of those old fears
I haven't slept, singe the colors from my glances
If I was bleeding, would you tell me?
If I was speaking, would you hear me?
You asked for everything but never loved
If I was praying, would you kill me?
You never loved me

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"Dead" as written by Stephen Fretwell

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    General CommentThe beginning of this song is just simply amazing, the sound just brings a tear to my eye.
    FlowersAndRazorwireon March 21, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI love this song because Jake Bannon's singing is so horribly offkey in the beginning ;)
    sommyon June 06, 2002   Link
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    General Commentmy band is working on covering this song. it is just simply amazing on how hard it is.but thats what is expected from a song from converge. an amazing band.ive never experienced any thing as brutal and beautiful all at once.i dont think i listen to them anymore.its a freakin experience now.amazing.absolutely

    :) thursday :)on April 07, 2003   Link
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    General Commentbeautiful. every converge song is beautiful this one is all about lies and getting used. <3
    insilencewefighton July 05, 2003   Link
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    General CommentDead is one of those songs that gives you shivers down your spine. Emotional, without the whining factor that the vast majority of modern bands feels necessary to incorperate. Beautiful.

    This sounds to me to be more about the shock and despair of finding out that one is being used, more than being used specifically, and the 'withdrawals' born from that discovery.
    anatomyofdecadenceon April 03, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti could cry when i listen to this song. its so powerful.
    xsj4d0on May 05, 2006   Link

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