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Something I Can Never Have Lyrics

I still recall the taste of your tears
Echoing your voice just like the ringing in my ear
My favorite dreams of you still wash ashore
Scraping through my head 'til I don't want to sleep anymore

You make this all go away
You make this all go...

  1. anonymous
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    Apr 4th 2011 report

    Is she talking about a relationship ? or her experience with god?

  2. Darkjak
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    Apr 24th 2010 report

    This hurtfelt song adapted from Nine Inch Nails late 80's same named song speaks of sorrow of what we never can have. While Reznor's song refers to the "blissful ignorance" before realizing the truth of the world, so does Lacey's mind feel deprieved. But as this song recalls, it is never going to be hers. She can never go back before the day she knew of the evil place this world is. It is this ungodly world she lives in she has become fully aware and conscious of that plagues her mind. Reznor's song carries alot more scratchy sketchy mood that sets chills down the back of those who know the same horrible turth. Lacey's version speaks just as dramatically of the hurt, but never as despaired as Reznor's realization of what cannot ever be undone.

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