"Blind Truth" as written by and Christopher C./johnson Hughes....
I was drunk, sober, tarnished, and pure.
All I ever wanted was a little bit more,
I had eyes that were heavy and sickly and sore,blackened out windows,
And a bolt on the door,
I was shell-shocked shaking from the world outside,
I had voices come and wake me in the dead of the night,
At the end of the tunnel they say there's a light.
I hope there's more to living then just being alive.

[Chorus]
'Cause the blind truth,
It'll find you,
In the end it's all that's waiting.
Yeah the blind truth,
It'll find you,
In the end It's all that's waiting for you.

I was judge, jury and witness in one.
Put myself on trial for the things I had done.
Forced to stare and look, at now what I had become.
Cold and unforgiving like the face of a gun,
When underneath my skin I felt my blood so warm,
Waking up my senses like the day I was born.
I was the sickness,
I was the cure.
I never thought I'd ever feel so safe and secure.

[Chorus]

It's the eyes that just yo reflection know,
It's the whispering that you hear when you're alone.
It's all I know the blind truth.


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"Blind Truth" as written by Chris Hughes Timothy Armstrong

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    General Commento man i cant belive nobodys commented on this song yet--its deffinatly about being alive but dead on the inside. the person in this song "put themselves on trial" and realized that he was "cold and unforgiving like the face i had done" he then "wakes up his senses" and realizes that he is the only one who can change himself for the better--great song
    MySensesHavFailed35on April 14, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI agree Senses
    Gabe_Yon December 07, 2005   Link

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