I've been waiting here for seven years,

And sometimes i'd rather almost die, than go on another night of this life...

And I give up, and it goes on and on and on,

And I'd die to keep my head from keeping time...

But it's not easy being locked inside yourself!!

Would you know my name if I came to your home!?

Would you let me in? Would you make me chase you!?

Is it in my head? Am I going crazy!?

Am I gonna live!? Are you gonna save me!?


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    General Commentits said that this song is jsut a medley of the stuff they cut from otehr songs...like stuff htey didnt like...its not bad by any standards though
    dirk_lanceon February 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song is one of my favorits becuase of the instamental part, it just makes me think about allan gordon on like and adventure in the jungle as a safari guy, i dunno just makes me think of that
    pepin744on April 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentFun Fact: Tom Erak said that this and Mouths Like Sidewinder Missiles are his two least favorite songs to play.
    ^Debaseron May 08, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthese lyrics are pretty kick ass if i do say so.
    x_soulrebel_xon July 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe song is about Allan Gordon, a Scotish man who was trapped on an iceberg for seven years after his whaling ship wrecked in 1757. The ship sank, resurfaced, and froze in place onto a ledge of the iceberg. Being the sole survivor of the whole ordeal, Gordon lived in his icey imprisonment for seven years, surviving on fish and the freshwater trapped in the iceberg. Also, Gordon claimed to have tamed an orphaned polar bear (no joke) who he trianed to hunt fish for him. Gordon was finally rescued 1764.
    chris13583on December 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYeah if you have the live sessions, "Live at the Paradox", when they were The Thirty Years War, Thom says that the song comes from a book he read called, "The Iceberg Hermet".
    Ghostship PTVon January 03, 2007   Link

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