A life free of guilt exists when
the eye fights daylight yet unseen.
A book with not a page written
means hope yet sometimes to be

(The) Stillborn One. Born dead.
(The) Stillborn One. Dead.

When dawn and sunset coincide,
the essence of a day is non-existent,
lifeless...

Dehydrated soils may not recover
from the drought they might be plagued with,
prepare to be...

...The Stillborn One...
...The Stillborn One...

When dawn and sunset coincide,
the essence of a day is non-existent,
lifeless...

Dehydrated soils may not recover
from the drought they might be plagued with,
prepare to be...

(Solos: Suicmez/ Muenzner)


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    General CommentThis song is about how somethings have great expectations set before them. A new life. A piece of land. And they can either meet/exceed said expectations or faulter.
    Lifxon March 19, 2008   Link
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    Song MeaningNo, no. This song is directly about a person who is born dead. The essence of a day is not existant because the person never came into being and never will understand the beauty of a day or sunrise or anything for that matter because they were born dead. When sunset and dawn coincide dawn meaning birth, sunset meaning death. This has nothing to do with a piece of land. What does a piece of land have to do with death? The dehydrated soils are a metaphor because dehydrated soils may contain seeds, IE potential life, but if not hydrated life will not occur. If life does not occur for a newborn they will never know life because they were literally born dead.

    Lifx is one who thought suicmez was a christian, hah, his name may be christian but he's not naiive enough to think that a book could truly explain meaning of universe.
    slickthellamaon May 22, 2009   Link

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