Album: Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses (2004)
  • In this song, lead singer Corey Taylor was inspired by his father, who he didn't meet him until he was 30. The "circle" could reply to the cycle of life and death and then reincarnation. >>
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    Daniel - Atlantic City, NJ
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Comments: 5

  • Robin from GermanyParts of the song were written and recorded in 2001.
  • Zero from Nowhere, NjLove the drum beat at the end.
  • Alex from Beech Grove, InI think that this song's meaning is that fact that when you realize something that you did in the past or something that happened in the past or maybe even something you had that you took for granted, once it's gone or over with, you look back and envy your past self for having such a thing or you look back and realize you did wrong and the only way to get it again or not do the same mistake again is to realize how much you need it or how the mistake happened to not repeat it again.
  • Justin from Franklin, Vaactually he met his father at 32 or atleast thats what he said during his unmasked interview on Voliminal Inside The Nine DVD, :) sorry to be picky lol
  • Ushetra from San Diego, CaThis is from

    razel is a story chacter where basicaly sh*t happens..his life passes him by before he even can blink and when he does he opens his eyes and finds himself back to square one left to figure things out after all that has in that context i think corey relates himself to that charecter
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