"Keep From Moving" as written by Ian Sefchick and Sharky Laguana....
Take down this ragged nest
You have built on unsteady ground
Bury what is left so safely
When no one is around
Years past sleeping in winter's place
Waiting deep underground
Rainfalls and so dry again
Is this the end
(chorus)
Keep from moving
You're paralyzed from trying to recover
From that horrible breath of chemicals
You are losing
Bullets from withing your mind
And breaking walls of cannibals
Looking to empower you, devour you
Hold brace here it comes
Like a wind from inside spinning around
Let go as you turn you will learn
How to live softly alone
Roses on a lover's dress
Will soothe you from within
Diving away following birds of prey
Like an old friend you are losing again
Gentle are days covering warm at dusk
The moon sings to stars that he lost
Look how awkwardly strange we are
In our plain ways
(chorus)
Take your time coming home
Such a clear night summer feels right
Hold break here it comes
Like a wind from inside spinning around
Let go as you turn you will learn
How to live softly alone
Each day passes by like a cloud in the sky
You can't be found
Moses has forgiven you for living quietly alone
Take your time coming home
Such a clear night summer feels right
I let it all break so I can see straight
I'm on the thin line
It's going to be the last time
Affection where I can't be
I wish the light would take me
Can I ask you why you gave in
Did it feel like you were caged in
I loved you till you ran out
Now it's time to fade out


Lyrics submitted by jeatw405

"Keep from Moving" as written by Sharky Laguana Ian Sefchick

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    General Commentanyway, the background vocals in this song, especially the last verse, are in part jim adkins from jimmy eat world...makes sense, eh? the two best bands on dreamworks...
    jeatw405on July 06, 2002   Link

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