"In Time" as written by and S. Cahn J. Styne....
Time, why must it fly so slow
Waiting, is something that's easy for you
Pull the plug, send it down the drain
Pain is easy to get used to

What's in me, is in you
What's got me, has got you
And everything told, must come true
Pretending to be real, forgetting who you are

Sin, is always at my door
Slice the vein, blood spilled on the floor
Light shining in my eyes
Death greets me with a smile

So much pain
So much pain

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"In Time" as written by S. Cahn J. Styne


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    General CommentThis is an amazing song, I did state earlier that Grey Daze has a tendency to fool you with beautiful muic and diverse lyrics. Now, back to the song, it could be one big metaphor, or... Very blunt and to-the point. I, myself, am going to say it's one big metaphor, doing so while referring to the opening lines of verse one and three. Verse one explains and questions time and pain. Verse three is explain sin.
    mg16on January 13, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAnd does this not remind you of Alice in Chains? Once again, apologies for double-posting.

    mg16on January 13, 2005   Link

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