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Fuel Sunburn Lyrics

Last updated: 05/13/2010 11:00:00 AM

The sky was dark this morning
Not a bird in the trees
And silence hung suspicious and anxious
Like a blanket covered scream
And you were gone
You were not there for me
And I cursed the sky and begged the sun to

Fall all over me
This life's not living, baby
Living ain't free
If I can't find my way back to me
Let the sun fall down over me
Let the sun fall down

All my friends are searching
Quiet, desperately
Look into their eyes you'll see the faithless crying
Save me, save me, save me
And what are they to feel
And who are they to be
And what am I to do with, do with me, just let the sun

Fall all over me
This life's not living, baby
Living ain't free
If I can't find my way back to me
Let the sun fall down over me
Let the sun fall down

Until my eyes cry out
'Til my head is free from doubt
'Til my lungs sigh right out
'Til I'm wiser

Yeah hey

Let the sun
Fall all over me
This life's not living, baby
Living ain't free
If I can't find my way back to me
Let the sun fall down


Oh Let the sun
Fall all over me
This life's not living, baby
Living ain't free
If I can't find my way back to me
Let the sun fall down over me
Let the sun fall down over me
Let the sun fall down over me
Let the sun fall down over me

Thanks to shuq_jay@yahoo.com for submitting Sunburn Lyrics.



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Sunburn | Reviewer: Shadow | 5/12/10

I think this song is about the life of fame/being rich. When he says "This life's not living baby. Living ain't free." It made me think of how famous/rich people have this "free" lifestyle where they can get anything easily because they have the money to do so or the prestige.
And when he says "If I can't find my way back to me, let the sun fall down. Til my eyes cry out. Til my head is free from doubt. Til my lungs sigh right out. Til I'm wiser." it made me think of him as telling the person he's closest to or the person he's in love with that if the lifestyle consumes him and he's not himself anymore, despite the person's (the close person or lover) best efforts, let the lifestyle come crashing down on him as a wake up call.