Tilling my own grave to keep me level Jam another dragon down the hole Digging to the rhythm and the echo of a solitary siren One that pushes me along and leaves me so
Desperate and ravenous I'm so weak and powerless over you
Someone feed the monkey while I dig in search of China White as Dracula as I approach the bottom
Desperate and ravenous So weak and powerless over you
Little angel go away Come again some other day The devil has my ear today I'll never hear a word you say He promised I would find a little solace And some peace of mind Whatever, just as long as I don't feel so
Desperate and ravenous I'm so weak and powerless over you Desperate and ravenous So weak and powerless over you
Writer/s: BILLY HOWERDEL, MAYNARD KEENAN
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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Squid from Los Angeles, CaThe Whole Band has stated that this album (13th Step)is a theme album and Is not only in refference to drug addiction it self, but what the 13th step to the 12 step programs is, which is deailing with the world (More so you and ones who love you) perceptions of you and your addiction. For The song Weak And Powerless, It is the perception of ones addiction as told to them by the 12 step program. As if Saying "I can not overcome this addiction so forever am i weak and powerless". it is now the perception of most doctor that this way of thinking will only Cause a drug addict to use drugs repetedly again. that they must over come the thought of addiction having a gip on thier lives.
Mel!ssa from Pittsburgh, Pai love the progression of this song.
Nick from Knoxville, Tni agree with marcelo
Marcelo from San Jose, OtherActually, for me, this is the best rock song of all time!!
Raf from Pasadena, TxGood song and good interpretation Yasas (b-.-)b
Evita from Dundalk, Irelandone of my favourite songs too, they are d best
Trent from Binghamton, Nyit b awsome
Cel from Philadelphia, PaOne of my favorite APC songs.
Florida Georgia Line's "Cruise" spent 24 weeks on top of the country chart- the most ever until Sam Hunt's "Body Like a Back Road" was #1 for 34 weeks. The record was previously held by Eddy Arnold's "I'll Hold You in My Heart (1947-48), Hank Snow's "I'm Moving On" (1950-51) and Webb Pierce's "In the Jailhouse Now" (1955), which each led for 21 weeks.