Arms are weak, my feet are stiff & cold
why do I not escape
arms are weak, my feet are stiff & cold
I'm the scourage of my self made walls

Shadows of the past thrown on me
and broke my walls,
all the time that has passed,

However the pain is not less-
hopelessy caught in emptiness

recognition of boredom...

Arms are weak, my feet are stiff & cold
why do I not escape
arms are weak, my feet are stiff & cold
I'm the scourage of my self made walls

dreams of hope come up
and let me fall again even deeper
into the band of pain,
steel colours my skin deep red,
no death, but eternal toture


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    General Commentthis song is about depression.
    numb77on April 28, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAwesome song.

    I guess its about being in a mindset that puts you into deep depression, and not having the strength to change your mind about...life is in general. Maybe he's searching or "dreaming" of someone to come along and change his mind...but noone does.

    "steel colours my skin deep red,
    no death, but eternal toture "

    Still not sure if he's commiting suicide, or if he is then maybe he believes he will spend an eternity in toture for killing himself? or something along those lines.
    RagingLunatixon April 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIsn't the song Certainty. . . Corpses Bleed Cold?

    Oh well, I have no idea how to correct it.

    The vocals for this song are amazing!
    severed_angelon July 07, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about putting yourself through hell and not really doing anything about it. They're secretly hoping that some one will come and save them and give them a better life.
    severed_angelon July 07, 2006   Link

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