Lights are dim
My tearful windows
Through which no emotions pass
Starvation of senses claws my soul

Answer me
Are these walls my only shelter
From the bleeding atmosphere
Take me from this lands

"I deliver thee from this agony
A storm to cleanse thee"

Mine is the right to be
Malestrom of the everlost
This is the curse of...

All is dark
All but one aspect of life
To be shaceled
In a shell, so misleading

"These are the shells bestowed upon me"
Pass into the darkened of the midnight
Sounds, faceless lights

Hands tear apart
Dissolve possess
You alone can take my soul
Take flight


Lyrics submitted by -L3tH4L-

Everlost, Pt. 1 song meanings
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    General Commentas for the meaning.. hum oh well i dunno =)
    good song though..
    wieeeon August 03, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentbeing lost within, i'd say. just personal opinion... whatever it is. it's an awesome song, and i love the fadse to pt. II. Jesper, you rock \m/
    xJotunxon August 18, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis person suffers from anxiety constantly and has no friends all he sees through hes perception of the outside world is suffering hence 'bleeding atmosphere'. And to be shaceled in a shell meaning he can't help but feel this anxiety and doesn't want to leave hes house atleast hes safe here, even though hes dying on the inside. This life is so misleading to him and pointless, He eventually commits suicide and is set free from this misery.
    drowningsorrowon January 20, 2008   Link
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    General CommentForgot to add 'you alone can take my soul' this person is very sensitive too and even the little things can turn hes world upside down.
    drowningsorrowon January 20, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song sounds very sad.
    Seroneion September 17, 2008   Link

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