So desperate and time consuming is this filthy habit. Wherefore every word left unsaid lies a thousand empty thoughts. Racing through my head.

We are just silver screen lovers. This isn't real.

And this is where it leads me, going down the same sad road, with the same sad end. Where it's always 4am. And I still can't sleep. The wolves wait for me patiently.

All my hopes and dreams, couldn't bring you back to me. But you're not foolin' anyone when you said you've changed.

So desperate and time consuming is this filthy habit. Wherefore every word left unsaid lies. A thousand empty thoughts. Racing through my head.

The wolves wait for me so patiently, infected and ailing. Take these maggots from my rotting flesh and rid me of this disease. Where all my hopes and dreams still couldn't bring you back to me.

But you're not fooling anyone when you say you changed.


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    General Commentthe silver screen is porn

    so this song is about lovers in a porn

    i have no idea why... but it is
    impaKton August 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentActually, it has nothing to do with porn. The silver screen refers to motion pictures, or the movie industry in general. My guess is that the narrator feels like the relationship is an act, like their affection is just a play before the gallery. Good song, not too excited about the lyrics though.
    A Carbon Sketchon December 30, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI agree with a carbon sketch.
    it's about him feeling as if the whole relationship is based on nothing but show.
    like arm candy.
    she might have done something to mess it up once
    "But you're not foolin' anyone when you said you've changed."
    I dunno, thats my take on it.
    it's such a shame the lead singer isn't in the band.
    the new singer sucks.
    GrindcorexLoveon May 16, 2007   Link

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