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Evanescence Lyrics

Evanescence has brought out a 2006 album titled The Open Door. There are wonderful songs on this album, filled with wonderful lyrics. While the Evanescence lyrics are fairly clear-cut and easy to understand, the band has left room for interpretation, allowing their fans to make the songs their own and relate them to however they are feeling in their own life.

"Call Me When You're Sober" is a song that many people will be able to relate to. Many people have experienced having a loved one that has had problems with drugs or alcohol and that's exactly what this song is about. The Evanescence lyrics first talks about how the addict is not there to spend time with the singer. In six short lines, it covers the feelings from being lonely for the person to being angry and giving up on waiting for them. The last lines of the first verse say, "You want me, Come find me. Make up your mind."

The second verse of the Evanescence lyrics delves further into the problem by bringing up another dilemma that the person dealing with the addict will always face. It's that moment in time when one realizes that the addict may have to hit rock bottom before they can receive any kind of help.

This is often one of the hardest things to do and this comes across when the singer says, "Should I let you fall? Lose it all?" A person never wants to see someone they love lose it all but the necessity for it is brought to light again at the end of the verse when the feelings of guilt turn back to feelings of anger. This is clear in the Evanescence lyrics when the singer sings about, "And I'm sick of the lie, And you're too late."

After that, the singer delves into how they are feeling and not focusing so much on the addict's problem. The singer talks about how they are sick of feeling like they are to blame and they are sick of being ashamed. They place the blame back onto the addict. This is evident in the Evanescence lyrics, "Must be exhausting to lose your own game. Selfishly hated, no wonder you're jaded. You can't play the victim this time, and you're too late."

This is such a popular among fans because everyone can relate to these emotions. Even if someone has never experienced living with an addict or trying to keep a relationship with an addict, the feelings are the same for many situations.

These feelings can be the same for any situation in which one partner in the relationship feels like they have been wronged. They will often first ask themselves what they have done to deserve feeling that way, and those emotions will often turn back to anger once they realize that they have been wronged, and that they actually haven't done anything wrong.

These Evanescence lyrics can definitely trigger some heavy emotions among listeners. Evanescence has a way of bringing out major issues and bringing them to the forefront in a way that allows everyone to identify with the lyrics and make it their own.