"Niki FM" as written by Eron Bucciarelli-tieger, Micah Carli, James Ii Woodruff, Matthew Ridenour and Casey Calvert....
Let's go down now
Into the darkness
Of your thoughts
Hurry up now
We're waiting for
Us to fall
I fall to pieces now (I fall to pieces now)
A broken mirror (I fall to pieces)
In your life

The silence in black and white
Falling forward as she walks toward the light

I know!
I'm outside of your window with my radio

I sleep with one eye open so I can
See you breathing (I sleep with one eye open)
I follow your chest bone
Until I, (so I can see you breathing)
I can see you, I can hear you breathe in exhale

The silence in black and white

I know!
I'm outside of your window with my radio
I know!
I'm outside of your window with my radio

Know! Know!

I'm outside of your window
With my radio (wishing you could be there)
I'm outside of your window
With my radio (wishing you could be there)
I'm outside of your window
With my radio (wishing you could be there)

I'm outside of your window with my radio
You are the only station
You play the song I know
You are the song I know


Lyrics submitted by Thur5day

"Niki FM" as written by Eron Bucciarelli-tieger Casey Calvert

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  • +2
    General CommentI think this song comes off a sort of stalker-ish...
    TheTasteofInkon January 22, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think this song is about a guy whos like obsessed with a girl so he watches her sleeping and stands outside her window with his radio....so beautiful....
    XimXnotXokayXon October 14, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General Commentignore the probability of numerous typos in my post. I didnt feel like proofreading. This shit really needs like an edit button, or a spell check.
    bmxfelon420on February 09, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentWow, this is fucking easy.
    Obviously, the guy made a shitty mistake, that hurt his girlfriend, and she broke up with him. Okay, so, everyone knows that if a guy holds a radio over his head outside of a girl's window, it's like he's saying he's sorry, except it's more powerful than words.(it's in a movie, if you don't know what I'm talking about) Anyways, so she doesn't want to forgive him, so he spys on her constantly, and wants her back, because he still loves her.
    "Silence in black and white" means they don't talk to eachother, but he really wants her back.
    "You are my only station" means that she is all he lives for, all he thinks about.
    He knows that he screwed up, but when he holds up his radio, it means that he wants a second chance, he is saying that she is his world.

    Seriously, could this song be any easier to decipher?
    Withmyradioon May 28, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentAnd the lyric is actually "I KNOW! I'm outside of your window with my radio" They aren't supposed to be linked or anything, it's just that he knows he fucked up, and he is saying he's sorry for it.
    Withmyradioon May 28, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe lyric is "I KNOW" not "RIGHT NOW"
    PhyscoPoeton January 19, 2009   Link
  • +1
    Song MeaningGuys, in the album booklet the lead singer explains how it's directly based off the movie "Say Anything..." and he wrote it for his actual girlfriend.
    ohgodagrowthon May 05, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is really great, I love the ending on this song also. Hawthorne Heights pwnz. Oh and everybody buy the CD "The Silence In Black And White" because it's an awesome cd. Thank you and I'm out.
    sgs are prettyon June 14, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe beginning is my favorite part of the whole song :)
    S to the cooteron July 05, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwell put together song . i love how melodic it is . i dont have to explain what it means . it seems self explanitory .
    saythiswilldieon September 17, 2004   Link

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