• Artist: Numa
  • Title: Bad Reflection
  • Genre: Rock - Alternative Rock
  • Mood: Down/Dark/Melancholic, Aggressive/Edgy
  • Speed: Slow (45-63)
  • Instruments: Distorted Guitar (Heavy, Aggressive), Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 7/20/2012
  • Lyric themes: Anger Hatred, Murder, Addiction, Despair Misery, Suicide, Escapism
  • Lyrics: “Bad Reflection” By Nickolas Samuels Verse 1 ......So don't wait up for me I won't be back until the morning comes And all my dreams are gone Just try not to think about it...... .....I hate the way the sunrise Swallows all of my alibis And silences my song That's why I always hide from it...... Chorus But I can't hide (run) from you, my bad reflection Always seems to stay How did I turn into this dark creation? What have I become? Verse 2 ......For 14 years I've ran from this Unmistakable anti-bliss Of memories unkind ......But I try not to think about it..... ......But suddenly I realize That all this time I've been hypnotized By everything you've done .....That's why I always run from it..... Chorus 2 (run) Bridge And I've got murder on my mind It leaves me feeling fine Everything's better when you die So won't you join me, tonight? Instrumental Chorus Bridge 2 And I've tried to change my life Let in the healing light But everytime I close my eyes I feel you breathing inside Bridge 1 Outro
  • Keywords: strong, aggressive, intense, rock, Bass, Crunchy, Guitar, Grunge

About Numa

Award-Winning songwriter Nick Samuels’ compositions have been featured on ABC, CBS, MTV, Bravo, TLC, DIY, Nickolodean, Sony Playstation, and various Satellite and FM radio stations from DC to San Diego. After years spent honing his craft as the principle creative force behind Mid-Atlantic rock band Numa, Nick's dream of becoming a full time writer was fully realized when his song “Like a Bruise” was chosen as a winner in the 16th Annual Billboard Magazine World ...

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