"Manipulate The Eclipse" as written by and Fareed Brigham....
so casually defiant and barely
recognizable oh the beauty undeniable
red moon rises on the eve to the
eclipsing of our opposing sun
we'll be the opposite of everything
victor keep your head up, we don't
want to to see ourselves with tragedy
comes shifting of perspectives.

a boy breaks down before him he's
dazed and hypnotized by it “how did i
become a victim too?”

replace my heart i'm no longer cold to
a fallen beast inside of me

what are the measures of our
existence the politics of politeness
that stake the claims that we make. a
new day to float on the expectations of
lovers and the heroes we want to
become ...the ones

Lyrics submitted by genocia

"Manipulate the Eclipse" as written by Dustin Michael Nadler Adam Christopher Baker


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  • +3
    General CommentI love A Types, I think it as an amazing album, it shows how versitle they are and it really brings out their amazing guitar skills.
    I think that this song is about lost love. The boy mentioned thought that his love, maybe his first love, would last forever, and now that it is gone, he does not know what to do.
    explosive donuton February 13, 2006   Link
  • +2
    General CommentRed moon is the omen of death, and the shadows which overtake symbolisms the darknesss within ones life after a tragedy. You find yourself tucked within that darkness, pondering how you have fell victim or lost the light. You measure your existance and ponder the reason of life.
    Prodigy_Souljahon November 16, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI'm pretty sure it says "Victim keep your head up" instead of "victor"
    Thelastsandlinon September 23, 2010   Link
  • 0
    My OpinionI honestly think that A-Types and Satellite Years were the best albums these boys released, with A-Types slowly bringing in the lead. It is definitely the most melodic album the band has ever released, and I think one needs to get over the genre shift at face value, because when you look at the instrumentation, it is still that incredibly progressive/melodic style that Josh Brigham pioneered from the very start of The Frailty of Words. Jay Forrest pulls in the win with an incredibly unique and warm tone that is easy to sing along too. Plus his lyrics are absolutely killer! This is the second best song of the album. The only song that beats it is "Owl", which is .hopesfall.'s crowning achievement after "End of an Era" and "Only The Clouds", in my own personal opinion.
    Ethanoddon December 18, 2011   Link
  • -2
    General Commentman, what the fuck happened to this band, and charlotte hardcore in general? fuck everything.
    Ryan W=BarkleyXCoreon January 07, 2005   Link

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