Falling apart. I'm calling you out. A pattern we've learned to live with so far. Defenses are up. The truth is not found. Watching you grow is bringing me down. I'm killing in the rain. I'm living with your expectations. Tell me everything you'd like to say. I need a holiday for all the days I waste away. I'd like to pay a visit to the house. Illegible threats. The paper has bled. I'm writing it down again. Surprises are nice when secrets are told. Convictions with lies. It's all very cold. The letter was found. I've given to you ground breaking sound. A picture so clear. A fragrance that I've now come to fear. You're in tears. I wanted to know. Did you kill your opportunity? You're so low on everyone's list. The time has come for you to make a change. It's for the best.


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    General CommentKeepsake rules, they need to scream more on the new album though
    XxPoisonTheWellxXon July 02, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthey do rule...but yea they really need to scream on black dress in a b movie...its ok...but yea...
    nofxpunk5000on July 06, 2002   Link
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    General CommentDoes anyone have a CD cover of one of the 4 Keepsake records please? Please help!
    bjorkellinaon September 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI initially agreed with that when i first heard the new album, but than after thinking it over i realized only a few songs would actually work with screaming on it. After they lost paul they went more towards indie rock stuff, and the result is great. I see the album as a soundtrack to a movie, and a mix of political and emotional ups and downs, a lot like the appleseed cast's 'two conversations'. I dont quite get the meaning of this song however..

    I DO beleive however, that the End of Sound shouldve had a lot more screaming in it.
    DarkerShadeofWinteron October 04, 2004   Link

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