Don"t remember where I wasI establish life was a gameThe more seriously ns took thingsThe more difficult the rules becameI had no idea what it"d costMy life passed before my eyesI discovered out how little I accomplishedAll mine plans deniedSo...


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I"m pretty sure it"s a suicide song yet Dave Mustaine claimed this around it in 1994..."It"s no a self-destruction song. What the is, it"s, you, it"s when people have a love one that dies and they end on a poor note, friend know, they wish the they can say something come them. For this reason this is an chance for the deceased come say something before they go. And also it to be my impression of what i would like to say to people, if I had actually say, 3 secs to do so in life before I died I"d say to the whole world, to every my friends, ns love friend all, and now I must go. These room the critical words I"ll ever before speak, and they"ll set me free. I don"t have to say I"m sorry, ns don"t have to say I"m walk to miss out on you, or I"ll wait for ya. Girlfriend know, I"ll simply say i loved you all, good, bad and different, i loved you all."


This track is actually Dave Mustaine thinking about death no suicide. He claimed in an interview that the track is his impression of what the thought death would be like. If you can only say one last point what would it be?


Dave Mustaine wrote this about a time once he check suicide: "There to be a the majority of times as soon as I was lost. In February "93 there to be no equipment to a short-term problem due to the fact that I simply lost focus. I ate a grasp of valiums, and also I overdosed... Why i would want to voluntarily kill myself v the use of stuff that"s not claimed to do any an excellent for me simply makes me rethink my whole means of life best now."




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