i wish i could put you into words, so it would all make sense.

i'd write you a thousand times, your faces in pages.

run your answers the best way you can,

it's that you never thought that you'd be coming in last.

(this is the wrong time, the wrong place)

i was waiting for pages to read from,

but you never decided to show your face.

(you're always the same way, the fresh starts with stained hands wear you out)

the weekend towns, the picture frames,

it's my favorite shirt, i'm so glad you came.

and i think you're wrong, it's not just vacation,

it's more than boys and girls and late nights.

(the lines fading. why can't you see? if you're everything, there's nothing left of me)

don't bother now you just said enough.


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    General CommentThis songs is incredible. But is this off theyre demo or something?
    DarkerShadeofWinteron April 10, 2004   Link
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    General Commentyeah, it's off their first demo. the recording of the demo isn't amazing but the songs are rad. they used some of the songs for newer cds like 'walls' and 'the secret"
    HeartlessNewon October 22, 2006   Link
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    General CommentFirst off, the lyrics aren't complete.
    The ending goes with something like this,
    "you said that you could & that's all that you wanted to bring to the show, & you leave
    without reason.
    Who cares if it's right it's been more than
    engaged in. These long walks & taunts, but
    these faces your making now.."

    That's the ending.

    Although I love Emery, this song has always
    reminded me of loving/caring for someone
    that you couldn't be with,
    it just wouldn't/couldn't happened because they
    wouldn't let it happen.
    ckfualisaon July 10, 2008   Link
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    General CommentConfusing as hell...
    vulnaviaon December 08, 2012   Link

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