"Revealing Too Much" as written by and Jarrod Gorbel....
Accentuated by the mobile dungeon of fluorescence
As I fall out of love, this wasn't supposed to happen
Not according to you

Please don't allow your voice to fade
Don't fall so weak to fault or blame
To give yourself reason for an end

We'd have our own subway car in the middle of the night
I'd work the same job and play the same bars on every weekend
As the graffiti scrolls by

Please don't allow your voice to fade
Don't fall so weak to fault or blame
To give yourself reason for an end

And at the end of your low you pin my shoulders against the mattress
Arching your frame with your stomach pushed outward
Your head titling back with your mouth partially open
The sounds slur and elevate slowly in volume
When you wake up with your family gathered around
Remember that our love was true
And I will not allow you to destroy yourself

I hope that I'm not revealing too much


Lyrics submitted by sobeautiful

"Revealing Too Much" as written by Jarrod Gorbel

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    General CommentWhen i went to see the movielife, the honorary title was there with them and he said "this song was about his suicidal exgirlfriend, who doesn't have one of those, right?" He was a funny guy.
    mantha0528on January 26, 2005   Link
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    General Comment"Your head tilting back with your mouth PARTIALLY open."

    But I adore this song. It's one of those songs that can make you so happy, or make you feel worse.
    belleautumnon December 03, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"fault OR blame" and i love this song and it makes me feel.. better.
    heyjealousyon January 02, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song, I think, has so much emotion. I love the way Honorary title sings. Sometimes I'll sit in the dark for hours after listening to this and relate it back to my life. Honorary Title has a way of making you think they are singing just for you. They are your own private band.
    Mr.Brightsideon January 13, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWhen i went to see the movielife, the honorary title was there with them and he said "this song was about his suicidal exgirlfriend, who doesn't have one of those, right?" He was a funny guy.
    mantha0528on January 26, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti love the lyrics to this song, they're awesome.
    my favourite though, is particularly:

    "Please don’t allow your voice to fade
    Don’t fall so weak to fault the blame
    To give yourself reason for an end"

    it's really sweet if you think about it, how sincere jarrod sounds in the song.
    donna the dinosauron February 16, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is so sweet. He love(d) / cares for her so much.
    Dianaxon April 17, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"Arching your frame with YOUR stomach pushed outward"

    Are there even words to describe how wonderful this song is? I love how this song is just so real and how much emotion is exuded when Jarrod sings it. You can picture it too, it is such a sad yet happy song at the same song. This is one of the only songs I have listened to that just penetrates you. Pure greatness.
    thesewallsicreateon September 03, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthis voice is so intense in this song, god so much emotion. it's gut wrenching.
    noiserevolutionon January 17, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti think this song is about suicide. the perfect telling it to whoever is telling this person that they love them and they dont want harm to come to them, but they dont want them to get hurt, or to hrut themselves. its kinda giving this message i know this life mgiht be a bore, but i want to live it with you.

    the honorary title is truely amazing. if you get the chance, you should see them play life, theyre better than any cd.
    breewithoutyouon March 02, 2006   Link

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