If I may make it through the night I may have to kill everything in sight I grab onto what I see fit
It drifts to far to determine
I do not know what it will take
To give me my deliverance
Wipe the chagrin off of my face
I lay face down in your hatred
If you take away all my pain
I will create eternity

I cannot fight
You are not safe
All these words lie
In my dark past
Hands on my face
As I end life

I held on to
What you could not speak
You are gone forever
In the eyes of the weak
Saw the truth
You’re my saving grace
After thoughts
Of your blinded face
My last breath
And you before me
Torn away
From what could not be


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Life of Solitude (Confinement) song meanings
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    General CommentTaken from their webiste [adventwrath.com]. This is what Jack [their lyricist / vocalist] said about this song, considering he wrote it:

    "Life of Solitude (Confinement): It is about being in search of something, something to take away the horrible feelings that people go through on an almost daily basis. And after finding that something to make you happy, how you would be willing to have eternity with whatever it is. Throughout the course of the song you get an idea of just how hard that search can be, there is violence, happiness, upsettedness, depression and ultimately acceptance that the object you look for is unattainable.

    Quick story, in late August, 2003 I got very sick and spent a long time in the hospital recuperating, and I was gone for almost a month and was unable to practice with the rest of the band. As soon as I got home I asked the guys to tape some of the new stuff they came up with while I was out. The tape included the instrumental track to Deeds Left Undone, Haunted Tranquility, and Indiscretions, and I quickly got to writing, and just as quickly we had three new songs, so these are really special because I never thought I could even be alive to write them."
    DarkerShadeofWinteron June 27, 2004   Link

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