"Dialect" as written by and Preetesh Hirji Marlon Mcvey....
Enemies with love and without fortune
Render me while we're still immune to them
When those months have gone by shortly friend
I know, I know in war that you'll report me then

Your dismay can't be cured
And at this stage
If I could, then I would, I'd help you
Rage disguises pain
In the maze of blood and veins
And this gaze that kills you
Gaze that kills you

Shakespeare cliché a reality
Literally our stories from those pages
Ooh, dialect is clouding understanding
When they come a-asking
I know that you'll report me then

Your dismay can't be cured
And at this stage
If I could, then I would, I'd help you
Rage disguises pain
In the maze of blood and veins
And this gaze that kills you
Gaze that kills you

You wanna try me on what you think you know
You never saw me, saw me ever
You wanna try me on what you think you know
You never saw me, saw me ever
You wanna try me for my crimes alone
I'll last forever, last forever

Your dismay can't be cured
And at this stage
If I could then I would, I'd help you
Rage disguises pain
In this age we shouldn't face
A love that kills you


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"Dialect" as written by Preetesh Hirji Marlon Mcvey

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    General CommentNot sure, but I think it's about a fight (for instance: "You wanna try me for my crimes alone") and communication ("Dialect is clouding understanding") between friends.

    This is almost a rock song :D If you listen to Siobhan's album, you'll hear the diversity of her songs. This is a great song, and her album's even better!
    FeyTHon October 12, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis is a really good song. ^^
    And I agree with the above. Haha.
    killstaron February 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti love this song, it's excellent live, too!!
    Pinkbutterflyon June 03, 2007   Link

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