Traced in a wet sand her name in perfect cursive. A love letter to the crescent moon. By tommorrow it will be gone I told her. There is no tommorrow she said. I can feel her in a bikini of coiled snakes dancing into the hiss of the wind. Postcards from a paradise in flames. She used to be so right. So right about everything.


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    General Commentshe used to be so right
    so right about everything

    pig destroyer4life
    Hypervioleton July 09, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthe opening guitar riff to this song is mind blowing!
    KillingArt626on August 06, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwhat i seem to be getting from this song is

    1:"Traced in a wet sand her name in perfect cursive. A love letter to the crescent moon."
    what i get from that is its written in sand which shows the realtionship in its frailness yet its perfect so metaphorically it saying how it may be perfect but it won't last forever

    2:"By tommorrow it will be gone I told her. There is no tommorrow she said"
    i believe this is connected the last line which says"She used to be so right. So right about everything. saying basically a chick can say she loves and u and this is gonna be like this great froever but it doesn't mean it will. In this case it didn't

    3:"I can feel her in a bikini of coiled snakes dancing into the hiss of the wind. Postcards from a paradise in flames."
    This i get alot of thing but for the first sentence i see this as a metaphor for her bikini and beauty being linked to something more evil and sinster like a snake. The 2nd line makes me think of maybe a honeymoon gone wrong perhaps? It has some what of a beach feel to the whole song.

    4:"She used to be so right. So right about everything."
    From this as i stated early belive this is connected to the first few lines when he says this could all change and she tells him no this is going to to last forever.
    These last few lines state how she was wrong and it all went to hell from here
    xXboyofpaperskinXxon February 18, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwhat i seem to be getting from this song is

    1:"Traced in a wet sand her name in perfect cursive. A love letter to the crescent moon."
    what i get from that is its written in sand which shows the realtionship in its frailness yet its perfect so metaphorically it saying how it may be perfect but it won't last forever

    2:"By tommorrow it will be gone I told her. There is no tommorrow she said"
    i believe this is connected the last line which says"She used to be so right. So right about everything. saying basically a chick can say she loves and u and this is gonna be like this great froever but it doesn't mean it will. In this case it didn't

    3:"I can feel her in a bikini of coiled snakes dancing into the hiss of the wind. Postcards from a paradise in flames."
    This i get alot of thing but for the first sentence i see this as a metaphor for her bikini and beauty being linked to something more evil and sinster like a snake. The 2nd line makes me think of maybe a honeymoon gone wrong perhaps? It has some what of a beach feel to the whole song.

    4:"She used to be so right. So right about everything."
    From this as i stated early belive this is connected to the first few lines when he says this could all change and she tells him no this is going to to last forever.
    These last few lines state how she was wrong and it all went to hell from here
    xXboyofpaperskinXxon February 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentMusically the best song on the album. The lyrics are like poetry, too...you'd never expect them to match so well with the music, but they do.
    Lanimilbuson January 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI absolutely love the riff after "postcards from a paradise in flames".
    MyDesiredUsernameWasTakenon June 11, 2011   Link

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