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Here I am again
I feel time is draggin on
Aren't you getting tired of me?
Whinging overdrawn

Faceless, blind
Want to take her out again
She's not just mine
Want to take her out again

In a bodiless embrace
Thriving I have grown
Fickle changing grip replaced
Choking take it all

Faceless, blind
Want to take her out again
She's not just mine
Want to take her out again

Dedicated, true to form
Still the only one
Only guarantee
Continue after I am done

Faceless, blind
Want to take her out again
She's not just mine
Want to take her out again



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    TheShadyOneMar 26, 2011 at 9:36 pm
    To me, this song is about Alice in Chains as a band, not as the group of people playing, but as the thought, as if she was a human being. She was probably shaken deep, after one of the founders passed away ("Faceless, blind"), but it wasn't only Layne that made the band what it is, and the other members wanted to continue and make music ("Take her out again"). It tells how the members have changed over time ("In a bodiless embrace, Thriving I have grown"), thanks to it, and the experiences it gave the guys.
    As of the "Continue after I am done" line, I believe Jerry meant it more for the other members, then to the general public. He, and I believe Layne also, would like to see the band move on even without him.

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