Remit
Remit the signal

The flood is coming down
I can't hold it back
I can't see her
I can't even breathe

Even breathe
Breathe

The Individual
Will drifts into space
And the signal
Fills its void

Void
Black hole

The eyes of greater size
Than all the oceans
Do you ever get that feeling that you're sinking?
I do



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Celestial (The Tower) song meanings
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    General Commentits all apart of the huge ass concept that every Isis cd is a part of. "Mosquito Control" introduced the idea of a swarm attacking things, "the Red Sea" introduced the sea, "celestial" brought the towers and the idea of the acting as a swarm to control and also the female character, "oceanic" produced the sea again and the female character, "panopticon" has the tower theme and a more heightening sense of control, "in the absence of truth" focuses on the female character and also the whole idea of Hassen-i-Sabbah
    schismaticson March 21, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe theme of a tower showing that everything is seen and known.
    walruspancakeson February 22, 2007   Link
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    General CommentProbably one of Aaron's best vocal songs. And once against some orgasmic riffs.
    Lateral.Uson July 13, 2007   Link
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    General Commentumm i just bought this cd like 3 days ago and i listened to it w/ the lyrics from isis' official website and this song doesn't have the right lyrics to it
    the lyrics go

    Remit
    Remit the signal

    The flood is coming down
    I can't hold it back
    I can't see her
    I can't even breathe

    Even breathe
    Breathe

    The Individual
    Will drifts into space
    And the signal
    Fills its void

    Void
    Black hole

    The eyes of greater size
    Than all the oceans
    Do you ever get that feeling that you're sinking?
    I do


    and if you disagree just give it a listen w/ the lyrics i just gave and you'll see

    badass song btw
    ITTNTBon March 23, 2008   Link

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