"Enchantment" as written by Nicholas John Holmes and Gregory John Mackintosh....
Like a fever, fever inside of me
Like a fever, fever inside of me

Stand fast, faithful one
See the moon and not the sun but I
All I need is a simple reminder

Breakdown frail affairs
Turn from the elsuive starts but I
All I need is a simple reminder

Guilt is feeding, feeding, inside I'm cold

In depth grasp the chains
Struggle as the waters gain but I
All I need is a simple reminder

Observe the formation fight until the battle's won
But I all I need is a simple reminder

There's no rule to say you'll cry alone
Just find the strength to help you carry the load
Reverse the frown and let the power surge
But when alone you cannot resist the urge

Feel it, feel it, like the pain of dying
Feel it, feel it, like the pain of dying

Hold on face to face damaged by the
sad disgrace but I
All I need is a simple reminder

Twisting the knife in vain end the
Grief but whole will gain but I
All I need is a simple excuse


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"Enchantment" as written by Nicholas John Holmes Gregory John Mackintosh

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    General Commenthaha everyone's reading way too much into this song. While I love it, there is no deep meaning, it is about wanking confirmed by Nick Holmes himself.
    awesomeo67on June 28, 2010   Link
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    General CommentTo me, when i hear this song it just sounds sad. In the lyrics its as if he's asking for reminders why he should live, and at the end just wants a simple excuse to end it. To me it's a song about suicide.
    Jshore76on July 06, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis song seems to be both about both suicide and life. The Simple reminder is what keeps him alive. The feeling builds up as the song moves on and when it comes to needing a reminder to live, he instead looks for an excuse to die. The bridge clearly shows a positive-look at things whereas the last verse is pure negativity. By far my favorite PL song
    Snake Doctoron July 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is the intro track to Draconian Times? Damn. It's a well written song. Best part is around 3:13 where the melody changes tones Nick yelps "There's no rule.."". I agree with Jshore though
    Lateralus518on December 29, 2007   Link

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