a little closer to home one - who's distant. a sick look glazed over my repression. humbly i'm dismissed with no warning. momentary this bliss. you can see the look on my face.

say, nothing's said. i wish you'd fight me 'ti the last teardrop's bled. momentary this bliss. i can see the look on your face and i just can't wait.


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    General CommentKQED is the public radio station that broadcasts NPR in San Francisco, where Portraits of Past is from. At the time this was written, I guess NPR listeners often drove Volvos, although that stereotype has probably changed now that hybrid vehicles are so widespread. I have no idea how all that fits into the larger meaning of the song.
    sxeanon September 16, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis is a great song, the bass in the beginning is really cool, and the end of the song is just awesome. No piercing screams in this one though.
    DarkerShadeofWinteron May 17, 2004   Link
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    General Commentmaybe about leaving home? not too sure....

    fucking awesome intro though
    BangYrHeadon December 05, 2005   Link

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