Let the soft and warm guitar throttle you down. Indulge in the soothing ear-massage offered by the gentle percussion. Quiet down and take a trip down the memory lane with what is probably Limp Bizkit’s most melancholic moment. It’s also one of their best songs and quite different from what this hip-hop-metal band usually puts out.
“You keep your distance,
I can’t deny you.
I got the feeling, can’t satisfy you.
I got your picture on the wall.
I got the picture long gone.
You keep your wishes, (keep you wishes)
I’ll keep my feelings.
There goes along the one that kept me breathing.
I’m waiting for you,
I know your leaving.
I still adore you.
You never need me.
I’ve found another way to let you go, away.
You’ve find another way to bleed my soul, away.
The things you told me,
To hear you speak.
I’m burning slowly,
I’m growing weak.
You bring me closer to, yesterday,
Yesterday’s a million miles away.”
Unfortunately, I can’t find any way of purchasing the album digitally from any ethical shop (such as BandCamp).
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