Tell me what I'm supposed to feel because I don't feel this
Sick and tired and it's all the same
Too much, different day, all day, every day
Wish you were perfect? Well welcome to your fifteen minutes of fame
Come get it while it's hot, you want it, we got it, come get it now
Can you feel me now? Tell me how I'm supposed to feel
For you, when all you do is hold me down?
Told me I'm nothing, tell me what you're thinking now

So you wanna turn me inside out?
Should I let you in or spit you out?

(Now) can you feel me?
(Now) can you feel me?
(Now) can you feel me?
(Come on) can you feel me
(Now) can you feel me?
(Now) can you feel me?
(Now) can you feel me?
(Come on) can you feel me?

Tell me what I'm supposed to feel, because I can't feel this
Hollowed out and you wonder why
Too much, not enough, slow down, pick it up
Genuine adrenaline giving me highs, so high, so high
So talk your talk, walk your walk
But as far as I can see
On the inside out you're about as ugly as me
Except now I'm fit to knock you down
Tell me I'm nothing
Tell me what you're thinking now
So back off

So you wanna turn me inside out?
Should I let you in or spit you out?

(Now) can you feel me?
(Now) can you feel me?
(Now) can you feel me?
(Come on) can you feel me
(Now) can you feel me?
(Now) can you feel me?
(Now) can you feel me?
(Come on) can you feel me now?

Yeah, yeah, yeah
Title match, main ring
No time to rethink
You swim or you sink
You want it, we got it, come get it
Title match, main ring
No time to rethink
You swim or you sink
You want it, we got it, come on
Title match, main ring
No time to rethink
You swim or you sink
You want it, we got it, come get it
Title match, main ring
No time to rethink
You swim or you sink
You want it, we got it, come on

(Now) can you feel me?
(Now) can you feel me?
(Now) can you feel me?
(Come on) can you feel me
(Now) can you feel me?
(Now) can you feel me?
(Now) can you feel me?
(Come on) can you feel me now?


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Inside Out Lyrics as written by Drew Simollardes Carl Randolph

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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    This version rocks!

    RawkerChicon May 04, 2002   Link
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    the original version's okay too...

    teenMintaon May 07, 2002   Link
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    way to take a shitty song and make it even shittier. That's really hard to do, hat's off to you guys.

    sierpon May 07, 2002   Link
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    Go to hell this is one of the best mix'z I've ever seen! You don't know good music! I love this song! (Reveille is one of the best bandz out there!)

    T.D.O.T.on May 29, 2002   Link
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    This song is great ...

    NIKKIEon April 11, 2004   Link
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    Oh damn I didn't even notice this on here, I went to the other remix page. This song is awesome, If you don't like it, well I guess you don't have good taste in music.

    Disgorgeon December 27, 2004   Link

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