"Dislocate" as written by Steven Holt, Brock Lindow, Thomas Noonan and Mick Whitney....
I taste words you divide, want to cover up
Temporary lies
And I see how you pressed your skin on limb
How much thicker it is, how much thicker

Mark my words
Voice comes through the mesh, a sign of safety
Temporary smile
Cross my heart, I'll protect my own
How much thicker it is, how much thicker

Mark my words
Dislocate yourself
And this is enough poison for me
Spilling the guilt

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"Dislocate" as written by Mick Whitney Brock Lindow

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    General Commentrad song
    visionsofdarknesson June 11, 2002   Link
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    General Commentits so catchy!! i dont really get wat its about tho it may be a depressin song but it makes me feel pretty good!!
    mind_of_musicon January 18, 2005   Link
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    General Commentim not sure the meaning of this song but my thought is...

    I think its about being in love with someone who lied and how it seriously hurts when the truth is found
    "Temporary lies"
    eventually finding out the truth
    "How much thicker it is, how much thicker"
    this is like asking what else he or she lied about.
    "And this is enough poison for me"
    this is like to say i have had enough of your lies and it compares the lies to poison
    "Dislocate yourself"
    as-if to ask him or her to leave...

    Excellent song by the way
    Ell2k5@hotmail.comon February 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think he might be refering to skin, and how much thicker some peoples skin is than others, which is why he feels he has to protect his own, and he knows he's had enough.
    sadhappyon March 02, 2006   Link

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