"Like a Forest" as written by and Mimi J. Parker George Alan Sparhawk....
black, like a forest
and still, like a lion
my knees are bended
we used to speak
a different language

i wasted my breath
on words soon forgotten
left unattended
they're moving their feet --
but nobody's dancing

ah, take your time
ah, take your time

how can I blame you
for all of the screaming
that I've had to turn to?
just in time
to go off in my hands

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"Like a Forest" as written by Mimi J. Parker George Alan Sparhawk

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    General CommentI think this song is about unanswered prayer. "on bended knees" "wasted my breath on words soon forgotten" "take your time" etc
    Maybe this song is directed towards God
    Moosterson November 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. Low's music is beautiful.
    lipssocoldtheyburnon January 09, 2005   Link
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    General Commentmy favourite low song. i just saw them last week... fucking awesome show.
    yoshimi_09on April 13, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI've listened to this song hundreds of times, but it still sends chills up my spine. Especially the "to go off in my hands" part at the end. Reminds me of Radiohead's "Let Down" in that it's such a downer but you can't help but feeling triumphant at the end of it. Sort of a "fuck it" sort of feeling.
    icouldseethedudeon November 05, 2008   Link

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