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    dots Submission Name: Andydots
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    Author: XxMusikJunkiexX
    ASL Info:    18/f/ny
    Elite Ratio:    2.85 - 109/134/39
    Words: 378
    Class/Type: Lyrics/Longing
    Total Views: 788
    Average Vote:    No vote yet.
    Bytes: 2274



    Description:
       Dunno where this one came from. The character is completely "made up." My band needed some new lyrics to put to some music my guitarist wrote, and this came out.

    eh.

    Tell me watcha think.


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    dotsAndydots
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    V:
    Down by the water thereís an old wooden dock
    Andy stands and watches the stars fall from the sky
    The broken glass shines like his broken dreams should
    Shaking and falling, he wishes he could fly

    Prec:
    There he is standing all alone
    In the moonlight he searches for something heís lost
    He could drown in this silence; he could drown in his thoughts
    He could drown but he wants to make up for his loss

    C:
    Please, can you tell me where I go from here?
    ĎCause Iíve never been good with this sort of thing
    Got my hand on the bottle and my heart on my sleeve
    Think Iím ready to feel what Iíve never believed
    Yea, I never believed, no, I never believed

    V:
    He comes around every once in awhile
    Drops a postcard in the mail
    (And) he doesnít feel what he should sometimes
    But that donít matter when he fails

    Prec:
    There he stands with his head in his hands
    He canít sleep Ďcause of all the noise in his head
    He could drown in this moment; in the words that they said
    He could drown but heís tired of running from them

    C:
    Please, can you tell me where I go from here?
    ĎCause Iíve never been good with this sort of thing
    Got my hand on the bottle and my heart on my sleeve
    Think Iím ready to feel what Iíve never believed
    Yea, I never believed, no, I never believed

    Bridge/Verse/Chorus/Whatever:
    Havenít been home in a real long time
    I think its better that way sometimes
    And I donít feel nothing, I canít feel nothing,
    Except these scars that wonít leave me be
    Well Iíve got nothing to complain about,
    Iíve got nothing I can hurt about
    Thereís nothing I can do, to find my way back to you
    And I never believed, no, I never believed

    Ending Chorus:
    Please, can you tell me where I go from here?
    ĎCause Iíve never been good with this sort of thing
    Got my hand on the bottle and my heart on my sleeve
    Think Iím ready to feel what Iíve never believed
    No I never believed, No, God, I wish I believed (fade out)




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    ||| Comments |||
      I don't understand the message of the song. You go from talking about this character named Andy to talking about yourself.I think a song's lyricks should either tell a story,reflect on personal events or have a social context (like war I guess). Your chorus is catchy but it's more suited to a teen anthem rather than what I envisioned for the verses. Some type of 60's rock revival song. I would also suggest a Thesaurus. Did you know the Beastie Boys use one when they write?
    | Posted on 2005-06-20 00:00:00 | by Boom-boom | [ Reply to This ]


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