Mentobe - Taproot




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sometimes i just sit back and wonder what was meant to be learned
from that event that occured everything happens for a reason
right i left behind just another tragic lesson in life
an organic rush adrenaline flight high above the traumatised situation of life...
it's ironic, considerate rarity patron of love, higher knowledge engulfs me 'cause,
the blast of fate a lesson, to my eyes concerned
and overwhelmed theirs were of fear yet i'm feelin' so empty inside
and yet it burns so akward this..time.....tears a waterfall of acid cries from his,
eyes, i need to recognize, it's meant to be...
he's alive and his cries just begin arisin' suprisin' as well...
this little boy proud of helpin' those in need but he's not me
but just maybe he could be, i can see it now because,
i'm a hero in his eyes temporarily blind this immature kid a spirit as well an angel,
hiding by helping and wanting to's somethin' w/
my pride, lies, i cannot hide my true side,
and maybe in distress i can still come out laughing that's the way i am...
am i hard to recognize? what do i need to realize? why can't i see w/
my own eyes?
what do i need to see? AZ

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Taproot are an American nu metal/alternative rock band. Hailing from Ann Arbor, Michigan, Taproot formed in late 1997, and has toured with Deftones, Sevendust, Incubus, and Korn. Taproot's album "Blue Sky Research" was released on 16 August 2005. Their song "Calling" was the official theme song of WWE's Unforgiven pay-per-view event in September 2005. The second single from the album, "Birthday," received minimal radio airtime on the East Coast.

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