Album: Sevendust (1997)
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  • 1st verse

    Lock my door
    Close my blinds
    I want to be myself

    What's that thing
    You put in your nose?
    Can I have some?

    I see you do this everyday
    I hope you don't
    Blow yourself away
    Are you feeling real good?


    Wired (wired)
    Wired (wired)

    2nd verse

    Oh the room is getting dark
    Oh I hope my heart don't stop
    Do you really give a damn?
    Do you even understand?

    (understand me)

    3rd verse

    Hour glass is taining thin
    Where have you been?

    Do you know it makes you
    Feel real good


    Wired (wired) (Repeat three times)

    Lock my door
    Close my blinds
    I want to be by myself
    (by myself)
    Are you wired my child?
    You live your life too would
    Seeing things you never knew.
    One day it'll get you

    Are you?

    What's that thing
    You put in your nose?
    Are you gonna do it
    By yourself ?

    I feel like I'm closing in
    I hope my life
    Will never end
    You know I feel like

    Wired (repeat seven times)

    All songs written by SEVENDUST 1996 Publisher: GEEDUBS MUSIC
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