Choke Me

  • As of now I'm down straight up
    And I can turn to the box for some peace
    Or a box for a piece
    Or a box for a smoke
    But they're all gonna choke me
    [2x]

    You're so crazy [3x]
    Enough in a way that I'll probably say you destroyed me

    It's like a fucking drug deal
    I'm sitting here waiting
    I'm calling you back
    And you won't call me back
    And it's fucked up, but at the same time it just made me want you even worse.

    For awhile I was cleaner than now
    Then I started to destroy myself
    With things that I love now the things that I hate
    Until it finally broke me

    You're so crazy [3x]
    Enough in a way that I'll probably say you destroyed me

    Fuck my ass [x2]
    Choke me [x3]

    As of now I'm down straight up
    And I can turn to the box for some peace
    Or a box for a piece
    Or a box for a smoke
    But they're all gonna choke me

    You're so crazy [3x]
    Enough in a way that I'll probably say you destroyed me

Comments: 5

  • Ashley from Naples , Flat the end of this song he keeps screaming something, and it took me a long time to figure it out, but he's screaming "bert f*ck my ass" and he's talking as kelly osborne. i think the song it about his relationship with kelly and not so much about the drugs. blue and yellow is about addiction tho and how it affects the band.
  • Mgn from Mech., Parandomness! -by the way, bert was born feb. 25, 1982, which would make him... 23?
    -i don't know how i remember that.
  • Sam from Edmonton, CanadaYou know that part in the DVD when the stripper is singing to him...is she, erm, naked? lol I havent bought it yet but I don't want my mom to see that part if she is naked lol
  • Yolanda Morphinite from Bountiful , UtThe person singing happy birthday is a stripper that Bert's bandmates got for him on his 21st birthday. They were recording in the studio when she came in.
  • Yolanda Morphinite from Bountiful , UtI wanna a piano.
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