That scent says more in memory.

Do I dare disturb universe, tempted to mend the pathways atrophied in dead end corners impose upon my egoist neurology. All stares fixed on her black widow fingertips.
Dare I disturb the universe, recall that life in a singe verse, measured out and then forsaken of skin? A faint digression(repression) Come hither, you gracious no-name. Come hither, you bold disguise. replaced by precious memoirs that since has enticed memory of nails painted so prettily. senses allured distracting... unaware of the death sentence stricken on your palm like cross hairs disguised as a lifeline, diminished abruptly one verse at a lifetime.

ad hoc, ad hoc, trezore-in memory that scent says more.

ad hoc, ad hoc, anno domini-that scent says more in memory.

analytical observation of what resulted from a clotted vein raises the questions of your friends and your lovers. Tell us the truth were you gutted from the inside, torn apart, spread anew? Tell us the truth. Under the hemorrhaging- which will hurt worse? when you applied the brakes.

Antithesis, antithesis. As savage the romance as our next day stiff necks. A spiders grace in a flick of your wrist.

Antithesis, antithesis. In memory. Savage our refusal to look left, when it felt so right. Come hither! That scent says more in memory, that scent works to disguise the stench of a crash and burn. I’ll be the first one to admit, in a minute there is time. I indulged in your existence and dissolved like a gun smoke caress on your silken web. Rise like the flames in a scene from the end.


Etherized by indifference T-Minus seventeen years and counting.
I’ll be the first one to admit that I indulged in your existence.
Etherized, t-minus seventeen years and counting.


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    General Commentexcellent song i do believe.
    jets begin to raceon March 08, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti agree. the 'come hither!' part is always fun to sing along with.
    roxycoreon April 03, 2003   Link
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    General CommentA great split.
    antispeciesismon June 11, 2003   Link
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    General Commenton the split drew says that this song " is about the slow process of remembering all of the details of my interactions with someone only now that the individual is very much out of reach. as memories return, i formulate all of these questions for the dearly departed" he also says what links this song with were sustained by the corpse..... is " what makes me wonder if its selfish to refuse goodbyes" to me these two songs really seem to relate to one another... being that they were released and probably written around the same time, probably from some kind of common inspiration developed from personal relationships. i love how the songs really force you to relate his emotions to aspects of our own lives. the imagery and extravagant details in recapturing his feelings are brilliant, making these songs very potent and meaningful to me.
    silentlineofeyeson January 03, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think that these lyrics are based on the poem "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" by T.S. Eliot.
    If you read that poem and than these lyrics there are so many of the same lines used. Check it out.

    bartleby.com/198/…
    tautou_xon September 19, 2005   Link
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    General CommentDo I dare disturb the universe is the poster in the locker in of the main character in The Chocolate War.
    [Service to busy]on May 16, 2008   Link
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    General Commentwhat do the lines "ad hoc, ad hoc, trezore" and "ad hoc, ad hoc, anno domini" mean?
    i think ad hoc means to speak specifically of.
    but i don't know what the rest means.
    schamelonon June 01, 2010   Link

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