"Bloody Cape" as written by and Chino/carpenter Moreno....
In waves the ships have all sailed to the sea
Well do you want to wait or leave with me tonight
Cross your heart and pray
The ocean will take us all the way in

First we are ever to fall off of the earth
We must be the
First ones in the world to fall off of the earth

We could be, soon as our needs are fed
You'll give in to me and the whole heartache
Makes me feel alive, same typical offering
And you always knew we make it all the way in

First we are ever to fall off of the earth
We must be the
First ones in the world to fall off of the earth

It could be soon, as
The carnivals empty, I need you to take me home
God help! [Repeat x10]


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"Bloody Cape" as written by Abran Cunningham Abe Cunningham

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    General CommentFirst I'll tell you what I think it's SUPPOSED TO BE ABOUT. Then I'll tell you WHAT IT MEANS TO ME.

    I think it's supposed to be about meeting a girl/guy that is really fake, and superficial. I like to call them "pop people." Anyway, it's about meeting one of those people, and feeding their ego to get what you want. Sex/money/ect. OR It's about two people doing drugs, which is extremly obvious from the lyrics if you ask me. The ocean is a metapore for drugs, falling off the earth is about the feeling of being high.

    Now what it means to me personally is the following. I was in a relationship with a girl for about two years, and during that time I stopped talking to all my friends, and family. Eventually they stopped calling me, and kinda forgot about. Then when me and the girl broke up, I felt like I fell off the earth. I put all my friend and family on the backburner for so long that I had no would to talk to, hang out with, etc.
    XXChris805XXon June 23, 2003   Link

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