"His Last Painting" as written by and Bradfield/jones/moore....
The nothing in me
The apostle in me
No interpretation
For the heart of me

I can't see right from my wrong
I've loved so much that I can't go on

It's not my life anymore
Don't speak the truth anymore
All of the hope and the dreams
Ripped right open at the seams

I can't see right from my wrong
I've loved so much that I can't go on

Seems like I've lost myself
To everybody and everything else
I've lied again today
People laugh at it all the time

I can't see right from my wrong
I've loved so much that I can't go on

It's not my life anymore
Don't speak the truth anymore
All of the hope and the dreams
Ripped right open at the seams

I can't see right from my wrong
I've loved so much that I can't go on

The nothing in me

The nothing in me
The apostle in me
No interpretation
For the heart in me


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    General Commentthe album as a whole is hugely underrated. just wanted to get that out there.
    pumkinhedon January 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI dont know. Alot of people know it. I think Lifeblood was much more underrated.
    serjbon August 30, 2007   Link

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