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Searching for Some Beautiful
Sadistik Lyrics

(Verse 1 - Sadistik)
My head aches, and feels the blunt vice grips
hanging over my tequila sunrises
Confide and write this to de-scribe a love life
that's feeling love lifeless
I'm the type that'll cherish frozen winters
stare at snowy blizzards and take it to heart
Then break it apart, I carry hopes and blisters
Cutting heart strings with a pair of broken scissors
I'm still trapped in a middle school slow dance
Stepping on toes in a mistletoe romance
Misanthrope, discomposed who holds hands
with grief...Kissing hope with no chance, but me
I'm just searching for some beautiful
a dream that I can catch And a person who's unusual
When I find her, I'll try to face the tide
Fight the hurricane, and tidal wave, goodbye…

And I watch all the spectrums of angels
Choking to death on the septums and halos
Bread crumbs and fables, why change?
I hang at the ends of the pay phone
With no change or number to reach
What blankets the sky I slumber beneath
Under the speech, this song's about hope, joy, love and defeat
All it takes is a peaceful autumn day
For you to be happy and me to call it fate
Even after a fucked up childhood, I'm still tryin'
To believe in God and grace

I try to get a piece of peace and sit and listen infinitely
Holdin onto benefits, and isnt it so innocent? We
Try to find another time and underline the cynical
Its pitiful we run and hide and undermind the innermost
When intervals of miserable will find a figure four
And force the phyiscal and inner soul to find a bitter form
And form another time and place where you can go and be so suitable
When all I wanna do is go and search for something beautiful, in me

I died once, and I knew that it was suitable
I died twice, and I sang it like a musical
I died again when I thought that the noose would hold
Everything I love in the search for some beautiful (x2)

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Roger mucroy

Forever I will remember when I discovered Sadistik from this song back in 2009. No artist has ever had an effect on my life like he has.


Same here man! Just came back to this song after listening to the new one he released.

Marge Zwolinski



"I'm still trapped in a middle school slow dance stepping on toes in a mistletoe romance, missing throat, discomposed who holds hands with grief.. kissing hope with no chance but me.. I'm just searching for some beautiful; a dream that I can catch and a person who's unusual. When I find you I'll try to face the tide; fight the hurricane and the title wave goodbye." GLORIOUS!



DeCypher The Khaos

C Nonya I always thought it was both, just wordplay.

Chris Tweten

@William S *tidal wave goodbye

C Nonya

I feel like it might be misanthrope rather than missing throat... but I agree, my favorite part too:)

Years Of Apathy

So much pain in the man's eyes, I saw this in 2010 and knew right away how much hurt it took to convey and present this delicate piece of art. Almost five years later, in 2015 a girl introduced me to Emancipator, and I distinctively noticed "Wolf Drawn" while the playlist shuffled. So, inevitably, I then introduced her to Sadistik!! In 2018, I still can't get over this song/paired with the video footage. It always feels like a first listen. I can't believe the video sneaks in a whole nother layer of depth and meaning, there is a lot to be translated, but yet leaves the door open to self-interpretation. It shows how we perceive our daily lives incorrectly, like when the blood was dripping, the revelation occured to me..the world was smiling on him the whole time, the women, the people, and it was not black and white, he was in all the right places at the right times, full of colorful vividry, and he was experiencing human life in it's prime. Thank you Sadistik, Emancipator, and the photographer(s) involved. You made history, I'll carry this with me until thee end.

Tyler Mandich

Truly some of the most beautiful music I have ever heard.

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