"Listen" as written by and Christopher A. Bruce....
Lullaby skies, unfinished symphony
Illuminate, your stars align
They will lead you until they fade
Showering

In this life you will never be alone
Trusting blindly, trying not to let it show

Finding beauty in the madness
Listen and erase
Finding beauty in the madness
Listen and erase

Sculpting, shaping this masterpiece
Create, transform deus ex machina
I am nothing, a humble man
She makes me a novel

Bound and bleeding, wondering, if you're alone
Trusting blindly, trying not to let it show

[Chorus]

Lock, walk a life with me
Walk a life with me
Unlock, walk a life with me
Walk a life with me

[pre-chorus 1]
[chorus]

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"Listen" as written by Nathan P Church Lance A Collier

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    General CommentWow, this song pretty good. I ran into it on accident. Supposidly, it was Stone Sour. But I know it isn't and I finally found out who really sings this. I can't believe I've never heard of them before because they ar pretty awesome. If you haven't heard it, look it up!

    I think this song may be about a person who follows or is followed by another person. 'Sculpting, shaping this masterpiece. Create, transform dues ex machina' makes me think, Possibly conformists? It's kind of hard to say.
    Evanescence+MCRLuvron June 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt could either be about stalking like Evanescence+MCRLuvr said, but I think it's about some one praising another. Pretty much devoting their life to some one they cherish and think is the world.

    "I am nothing, a humble man
    She makes me a novel"
    ChubbyHuggson September 18, 2008   Link

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