Home whispers words
And the bullseye smote the honest
Before the hunt, I feel I'm getting used to them
Tired from the effects from memory
Fluttering relapse
Sparks of sudden interest and truth

Trying to get myself from this stain
Begins to multiply, whoa
We echo through this song
Yes, and in it's words, I'll rise

But yes, I caught this stain
Begins to multiply, whoa
We echo through this song
Yes, and in its words, I'll rise

Can you see what you cannot have?
Which in all honesty
You may think you do, but you don't
Question, question: Love?

I wouldn't give you the time of day

Like I said
Pinging in the same tone of voice
Can you hear me in this sound?
Sound

Yes, I caught this stain
Begins to multiply, whoa
We echo through this song
Yes, and in it's words, I'll rise

Yes, I caught this stain
Yes it begins to multiply, whoa
We echo through this song
Yes, and in it's words, I'll rise

I wish you'd leave me alone

In all our consciousness
I come pummel you down
Inspire thought unconsciously
Why can't you bring it?
Bring back in each mistake
I begin a lie
I wish that this lie

Oh, what's the matter?

Born
Yes, I told you what the fuck is all this shit for?
(Change my view) I could not lie to you

Born
Yes, I told you what the fuck is all this shit for?
You know I could not lie to you

(Lie
I speak sinking
Lie I cannot
The people walked away)

Oh, a lie, oh
Oh
Oh, a lie, a lie, a lie, a lie

Born
My hands are cold, what the fuck is all this shit for?
I could not lie to you

Born
Yes, I told you what the fuck is all this shit for?
You know I could not lie to you

(Why don't you stop the fiction?)


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    General Commentno ones commented?? well i have no idea what this is about but its an awesome awesome song
    kavnaon March 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentFor those of you who do not know, every Coheed and Cambria song is all about one story. You can read about the entire story, comic interpretations, and get over two gigs of Coheed and Cambria downloads at the cobaltandcalcium.com . It's an amazing website...
    Briankon April 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentTo me, this song reminds me of Delerium Trigger, and could possibly have taken the place of that one. Either that, or it takes place when Coheed discovers that he has the Monstar virus (I've caught this stain) and that he has passed it onto his children (it's begun to multiply) in the form of Sinstar. The rest of the song sounds like he's being taken over by the Monstar, and he's becoming more and more controlled by it. Yeah...ummm. 2 cents over.
    quickbreathfinisheron September 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentShouldn't this, cassiopeia, godfather lollipop etc. be under shabutie?
    Murphy McManuson January 08, 2006   Link
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    General CommentShouldn't this, cassiopeia, godfather lollipop etc. be under shabutie?
    Murphy McManuson January 08, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI LOVE THIS BAND. co&ca needs to play some shabutie songs every once in a while live ahhaha.
    monticelloon March 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is a SHABUTIE song! not Co&Ca. although, yes, they both are fronted by claudio.
    iforgoton September 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commentregarding quickbreathfinisher:
    well that just goes to show you that anyone can make it relate to the coheed and cambria comics.
    even when the song is from a different band entirely.

    -.-
    leavemesouron August 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commentregarding quickbreathfinisher:
    well that just goes to show you that anyone can make it relate to the coheed and cambria comics.
    even when the song is from a different band entirely.

    -.-
    leavemesouron August 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentDefinitely my favorite shabutie song. They really should play some of the songs.
    therestlesschildrenon June 02, 2008   Link

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