"Epilogue" as written by and Ron Goodwin....
Take your knife out. Your blade is deep in my back. And it’s not the first time; can we figure a way to bandage the wound? Because it’s not the first time your misguided soul is playing the fool. Nurture your ignorance. And nurture your ignorance. Beware the betrayal, which lurks in the hearts of all. Don’t love the animosity. Living in a continual, soap opera.



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    General CommentI think this is one of the most excellent songs ever. "Nuture your ignorance" i love that... it almost sounds like he's saying "you hurt and betrayed me, and thats sick, i just feel sorry for you because you're too stupid to even realize it" that's supreme. GAD rules
    Emo-Or-Buston July 07, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti have the lyric book in front of me

    take your knife out
    the blade is deep in my back
    but it's not the first time
    can we figure a way to bandage the wound
    your misguided soul is playing the fool
    nurture your ignorance
    beware of betrayal which lurks in the hearts of all
    don't cloak the animosity
    living in a continuing soap opera
    where you are the coroner
    and i'm lying in the morgue
    you've slithered and strangled me
    i know i know i've done the same
    let's start again

    they leave out one "but it's not the first time" from the booklet, but this is straight from that
    special 3lendon May 21, 2004   Link

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