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Song Released: 2002


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Sensation washes over me
I can't describe it
Pain I felt so long ago
I don't remember
Tear a hole so I can see
My devastation
Feelings from so long ago
I don't remember

Holding on, to let them know
What's given to me, given to me
To...

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    anonymous
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    Oct 10th, 10:35pm report


    I like all the above intepretations of the song, we all relate in differenlty to it. My thoughts of the song is about someone who has emotional problems about a past incident,this person cant remember the incident, so he or she tries to relive the past in order to understand these feeling,they relive the past hiding behind a "mask". At the start of the music video on the small tv screen it reads "the past is indestructible" it will always be there you cannot bury it you can only relive it



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    anonymous
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    Feb 18th, 2018 2:08pm report


    It's about how we bury our mistakes and/or what hurt us, try to forget them & carry on as if nothing is wrong. But no matter what, they are still there. You might not think of them every second, but there isn't an hour that goes by that you don't think about it or are affected by it somehow. There's a line drawn now, the time before and the time after. Unfortunately the time after is so much bigger each day you're alive. It's sometimes too hard to bear.



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    anonymous
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    Apr 30th, 2017 4:11pm report


    You can't escape your past. I never heard of the band Disturbed until Immortalized. The end of their last tour 2017. People must think I have been living under a rock. I sort of have. I got sick late in 1996 just a short time after Draiman joined the band. What I went through it was . . . even to think about it now seems crazy. I was always a strong outspoken person. Had very strong opinions about things. A couple years after my son was born I went into a clinic for depression and started therapy. I was afraid to leave my house. There was a catalyst, but too much to go into. I couldn't go anywhere. I didn't trust people. No one. The only person I trusted was my husband. I stop doing anything then. I quit doing everything but taking care of my family. I did whatever they told me. I took my medicine. Kept my therapy appointments, but the anxiety continued. I had terrible anxiety. I was afraid of everyone and everything. I couldn't watch television, couldn't listen to the radio. I started getting better in 2000 after a lot of therapy and stubborn will on my part. I started slowly listening to the radio again, but would turn down the commercials and only listened to contemporary 70s, 80s and 90s, nothing new. I refused to give into whatever was happening to me. Started back to school and had anxiety attacks everyday in between classes. I would go to my car and drive around screaming and crying beating myself in the face asking why, why are they doing this to me. They - it was words people would say things would remind me of the past things I felt guilty about and I would have anxiety. Then after I had my anxiety attack I would straighten myself up finish the day. Go get my son, cook dinner, watch Star Trek with my husband when he got home from work and go to bed. Like it never happened. I graduated from our community then after realizing I was not able to work because of the anxiety I went to the University in town. I still could not stand to hear people talk even strangers just walking around they could say something that would spark a memory and I would feel guilty and have anxiety. Sooo, how to walk around a big campus without having an anxiety attack everyday. So I put on a head set and listen to CD's walking around campus, just taking them off for lectures. LOL. Then I remembered something my therapist told me over and over and over again, "if you loose control, then they are in control." So, I stopped letting them get to me the words and guess what it seemed they (the words) got worse, and worse, but I didn't have an anxiety attack no way I was giving them control. Did I mention I was stubborn? It got to point where people seemed ridiculous the things they would say and do. I mean the words still hurt, feels like a slap in the face sometimes, but I'm okay with it. My past, compared to others is, so laughable. I never did anything bad in my life. That's what my therapist kept telling me, you have never done anything to feel guilty about. Acts 24:16 Strive to have a clear conscience before God and man. And that's what I do. I try my best everyday to be a good person and not have anything to feel guilty about. I am no longer afraid of anything in my past. And I tell the truth that is in my heart. That's why I had never heard of Disturbed I haven't really listened to new music in 20 years. My first new music Disturbed now isn't that disturbing.



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    anonymous
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    Apr 11th, 2016 4:54am report


    I think the meaning of this song is remembering the your past. Whether it be you past scars or mistakes. I think this song talks about how so many people try to bury the past.



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    anonymous
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    Apr 3rd, 2016 4:35pm report


    I "Believe" that this entire CD is a 12 step program to help sexually abused people recover from this horror. David of the band makes references to Jordan a close friend that was sexual abused by his mother ensuring schizophrenia and later suicide on the back of the"Sickness". This pain never escaped his friends and the first and second cds are about him and his life. Believe seems to be a CD about recovering from this. The Sickness seems to tell Jordan's story. My husband has lived with his mother abusing him from at east 2 years old. He developed Schizophrenia because of this. I was as well but not as detrimental. When we had lost hope my brother in law shared The Sickness with us and without it we may not have survived.



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    anonymous
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    Apr 3rd, 2016 4:34pm report


    I "Believe" that this entire CD is a 12 step program to help sexually abused people recover from this horror. David of the band makes references to Jordan a close friend that was sexual abused by his mother ensuring schizophrenia and later suicide on the back of the"Sickness". This pain never escaped his friends and the first and second cds are about him and his life. Believe seems to be a CD about recovering from this. The Sickness seems to tell Jordan's story. My husband has lived with his mother abusing him from at east 2 years old. He developed Schizophrenia because of this. I was as well but not as detrimental. When we had lost hope my brother in law shared The Sickness with us and without it we may not have survived.



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    anonymous
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    May 24th, 2012 5:58pm report


    He is talking about something major possibly horrific that happened. Something that changed a life but he cannot remember. I see it as looking at some childhood event that shaped a life.



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    anonymous
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    May 4th, 2012 5:21pm report


    No. This song is about the band's sacrifices to be where they are today.



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    the_da_has_come
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    Apr 23rd, 2012 4:40pm report


    This one was kind of difficult for me to do. It was a little deeper :p But I think it's about someone who has made a lot of mistakes in their past that they're not proud of, has though about things that they deeply regret. So now they hide behind a mask so that people wont see who they truly are, and even so they can try to escape who they were, but deep down they can still remember.




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