"Your Wall" as written by and Robert Wayne/cox Davis....
You've got a way of watching the world divide you into place.
Direction is lost in flight.
Everyone is gone, let it slip away
Look at you at the end of it
The moment arise and takes you farther inside

In through your wall again
That covers you once you're in
In through your wall again
Until you can reach the end

I can see through when communication is gone
The pieces of you fall down from the could you were on
Now everyone is gone, let it slip away
Look at you now, you're at the end.
This moment arises and takes you further inside

In through your wall again
That covers you once you're in
In through your wall again
Until you can reach the end

Empty your head and the rest will come
I missed you then the moment was gone
Look at you now
This moment arises and it takes you further inside
Lost your place but no one can tell that you're sick of losing yourself.

In through your wall again
That covers you once you're in
In through your wall again
Until you can reach the end


Lyrics submitted by rjbucs28

"Your Wall" as written by Nathaniel Joseph Cox Justin Keith Holman

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentI think this song is about someone who runs from every problem they have. They know running can't help them but they can't stop doing it.
    AzDBaksChamps01on October 11, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI agree sort of. I think it is more or less like the person is running from everyone that can help them. Like they put up a wall that bars all communication. Great song.
    DarkEternalon November 06, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI believe the song is about some person who watches the things around them and puts in some kind of barrier until it's over or to stop them from being involved somehow.
    Ardalon April 29, 2008   Link

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