Just throw it back, for one more night
On a starlit and moon-struck night.
The ground did fold and eat us both
But all my love, I did devote.

Beneath the rafters the angels sing
Spinning violence and playing with my heart.

The song I wrote, it was for you.
To live inside of me, I'm dying inside you. [x2]

Lost inside another crash
The bones I had, turned into ash.
The world did cry, the night you died
And I am no good at suicide.

Beneath the rafters the angels sing
Spinning violence and playing with my heart.

The song I wrote, it was for you.
To live inside of me, I'm dying inside you. [x2]

But I lost what was mine, and I want what was mine. [x2]

My heart now it always breaks, the blood did drip and I take, another wish, another kiss, no more will for me to kill.
We'd run away in our dismay, but please, come back to me.

Just throw it back, for one more night
On a starlit and moon-struck night.
The ground did fold and eat us both
But all my love, I did devote.

The song I wrote, it was for you.
TTTTTTo live inside of me, I'm dying inside you. [x2]



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"The Ground Folds" as written by Michael John Glita Garrett Michael Zablocki

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    General Comment:This song reminds me of Hamlet... just the talk about suicide is like the "to be or not to be" speech. I suppose that's what makes me relate this song to Hamlet.
    Lilsteieron June 30, 2002   Link
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    General Comment:this reminds me of Romeo and Juliet
    xdownsidedxon August 19, 2002   Link
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    General Comment:This reminds me of tons of stuff, like a fucking good song should.
    walkingonawireon August 27, 2002   Link
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    General Comment:Dude if you dont like the music keep it to yourself. As thrice would say "Something are better left unsaid, you know what to say, somethings are better left unsaid". If you really hate the lyrics make a hate sight or somtin if you wanna discuss it. This is a great song.
    dumpweed049on March 28, 2003   Link
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    General Comment:kazbonaut is just a little biotch, this is a great song with great lyrics
    a fitting lieon April 06, 2003   Link
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    General Comment:The "And I am no good at suicide" line does remind me of Hamlet, particularly the "what dreams may come" line, which could be reinforced by the title of the EP, "From the Depths of Dreams."
    countguidoon April 22, 2003   Link
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    General Comment:"For me to kill, and no more will.
    We'd runaway, and save dismay.
    Please come back, I'd die with you."
    Should be
    "And no more will for me to kill.
    We'd runaway, and save dismay,
    Please come back to me, I'd die with you."
    yea really really good song you should check out the acoustic version too
    YodaPimpsMeon May 02, 2003   Link
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    General Comment:the acoustic version is the best thing in the world. i cry when i hear it.
    etaklaicepson May 03, 2003   Link
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    General Comment:if you listen to the ground folds and 187 back and forth you will realize that the guitar lines in the bgegiing of each song are almost exactly the same. i think they need some more originality, i mean come on. you have only realeased 8 songs and you cant thnik up a different guitar line. this could be a bad sign.
    JetBlack05on May 04, 2003   Link
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    General Comment:i'm with etaklaiceps...the acoustic version rocks. and yeah, the guitar lines from "the ground folds" and "one eight seven" are incredibly similar. originality is good, but i think that their lyrics make up for it. plus...they OWN live. they're great.
    Sincerityon June 07, 2003   Link

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