"Last Defense" as written by and Ken Andrews....
Guards have been waiting too long
Their eyes are getting heavy now I think they've finally fallen asleep
Is that someone I hear outside my gate

You know the walls are falling in my head
Tonight girl
You know the walls are falling in my head
Tonight girl

I'm a headstone waiting for words so just carve my epitaph for me
I can't ignore the songs of the past and wake up screaming from
A borrowed dream
Listening to your eyes speak as the words are falling from my mouth
It's a sordid state of belief when your last defense has sold you
Out for good

You know the walls are falling in my head
Tonight girl
You know the walls are falling in my head
Tonight girl
You know the walls are falling in my head
Tonight girl
You know the walls are falling in my head
Tonight tonight tonight tonight


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"Last Defense" as written by Ken Andrews

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    General CommentI love this song. I think a guy has just been beating himself up and constantly convincing himself to not like this girl. All his stupid reasons for shutting her out are defensive. And this song is about the last one crumbling, and him being ready to be open to the idea of liking her.
    sunset_prepon May 20, 2004   Link
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    General Commenthm... sounds like she's destroying him. O.o
    Miss Blueon March 05, 2005   Link

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