Ex's And Oh's

Album: A Death-Grip on Yesterday (2006)
  • This song is about the lead singer, Alex Varkatzas, fighting alcoholism. The line, "I should have turned and ran like hell last time I got a taste of you" is referring to the alcohol and how he should have never started drinking in the first place. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    13th Hour - Newark, DE
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Comments: 10

  • Derek from Somewhere, DeThis has to be one of the best ever songs from atreyu.
  • Jeffrey from Lockport, Iland if u listen to the lyrics at the begining

    "...cuz of u my liver turns to dust..."
  • Corey from Richmond, VaOne of the best songs ever from Atreyu.
  • Agustin from Reedley, CaI like the three guitar notes right before the solo.
  • Josh from Jonesboro, ArAtreyu..man those guys are great..really friendly too got a chance to meet them once
  • Mariah from San Antonio, Txoh i get like
    "lets hit the bar, lets lose control"
  • Becca from Camdenton, Moi loveee this song so much it reminds me of me!
  • Rob from Los Angeles, CaThe solo is okay. If i can play it, most can
  • Brodie from Melbourne - Victoria, Australiathis is my fav. song at the moment it is awsome!!! xoxoxo
  • Mike from Mason, Ohthis song is so sweet. the solo is amazing.
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