Asthenia

Album: blink-182 (2003)
  • Last night it came as a picture
    With a good reason, a warning sign
    This place is void of all passion
    If you can imagine it's easy if you try
    Believe me I failed this effort
    I wrote a reminder this wasn't a vision
    This time where are you Houston
    Is somebody out there will somebody listen

    Should I go back should I go back should I
    I feel alone and tired
    Should I go back should I go back should I
    I hope I won't forget you

    My head is made up of memories
    Most of them useless delusions
    This room is bored of rehearsal
    And sick of the boundaries
    I miss you so much

    Should I go back should I go back should I
    I feel alone and tired
    Should I go back should I go back should I
    This time I don't want to
    Should I go back should I go back should I
    I feel alone and tired
    Should I go back should I go back should I
    I hope I won't forget you

    Should I go back should I go back should I
    I feel alone and tired
    Should I go back should I go back should I
    This time I don't want to
    Should I go back should I go back should I
    I feel alone and tired
    Should I go back should I go back should I
    I hope I won't forget youWriter/s: TRAVIS BARKER, TRAVIS L BARKER, TOM DE LONGE, MARK HOPPUS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 8

  • Joshua from Twin Cities, MnAccording to Wikipedia, "asthenia" is also "a medical term denoting a feeling of weakness without actual loss of strength."
  • Alex from Loveland, CoMe too Tara!! Hi I know you!! We got to Walt Clark together!! He he he!! I like chocolate milk!
  • Tara from Loveland, Cotom's voice is so unique i love it!
  • Mary from Philadelphia, PaI can relate to the part "This time, where are you Houston, is somebody out there, will somebody listen" Because everyday in my life I feel so invisible, and I just wish that there was one person who would hear what I have to say or think. I'm basically the astronaut looking for Houston.
  • Randi from Henderson, Tx"This room is bored of rehearsal, I'm sick of these boundries, I miss you so much" to me this part of the song is almost my life right now...im so in love with this guy and he loves me back but my parents are so screwed up and they wont let us be together and it sucks soo i have all these boundries and i hate and i do the same thing everyday bcuz i have nothing left to do anymore bcuz i cant be with him and i miss him so much...
  • Rachael from Bismarck, NdThis song makes me think about being all alone and not having anyone to confide in, although you really know there is someone there for you always. "This room is bored of rehearsal, I'm sick of the boundaries, I miss you so much" reminds me of being somewhere I dont want to be and missing that one person very much. The musical side of this song, is very intelligent, along with the lyrics. blink knows what theyre doing. Smarter than ppl give them credit for being.
  • Gavin from Wales, Waleshello my love i think this song is another classic blink song they must ave lost count of all these now. well done
  • Collin from Colorado Springs, CtI think this is a great song..i take in consideration the real meaning of the song for Mark, Tom, and Travis..but it means something totally different to me...in the song the part that's "My head is made up of memories
    Most of them useless delusions" thats all my thoughts of being with someone i loved and wondering if it ever meant anything... and the chorus "Should I go back? Should I go back? Should I? I feel alone and tired Should I go back? Should I go back? Should I?I hope I won't forget you" that to me is asking myself if its worth enough to go back and do something about the person.....but thats just my insight
    ......I'm talking about you rachel...
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