• This track is about a relationship that singer David Draiman was in that fell apart and the desperation he fell into in the aftermath of the break-up. He explained: "Another relationship one about how you are left feeling after again, a break-up. Where you find yourself so wrapped up in the individual that you can't really let them go, and you feel as if you're nailed to the cross and unable to move on."

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  • Mark from Greenville, Scsorry MGARBR---???NEXT INITIAL get the point??
  • Mark from Greenville, Scbeen there done that---and if you read this you know who you are MARBR---THANK GOD FOR RESSURECTION DAY. like shinedown says fly from the inside.
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