"Conversation Piece" as written by Paul F. O'neill and Jon Oliva....
I haven't thought about you for awhile
It seemed so far away
I keep your picture hidden in a file
Of favorite one act plays
Like pieces of myself
Cut off in desperation
As offerings to thee
I keep them on a shelf
They're good for conversation
Over a cup of tea, yeah, cup of tea

I put it all down in a letter once
A letter I don't send
It made me feel much better at the time
I thought it'd help me mend

The pieces of myself
Cut off in desperation
As offerings to thee, yeah
I keep them on a shelf
They're good for conversation
Over a cup of tea, yeah, cup of tea


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"Conversation Piece" as written by John O'neill John Oliva

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    General Commenti love the cup of tea. there's something so ironic about savatage talking about tea time. song's pretty self explainatory, i shoudl think. basic heartbreak, and mending.
    stickysideinon September 23, 2002   Link

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