It's cold tonight. the silver poles, like icicles, stuck to our skin and won't let go. And these seats alone might as well be covered with a foot of snow because getting up seems so difficult. As sad as it seems to me just sitting down, witnessing a silence come back.

Why can't everything be alright? To get away, run. With these walls so dark and i am calling out.

Reactions, through airwaves, stronger, silence.

The anger is swarming, a sickness, a fault, never again will i try. To see through the faults of hopeless lives failing to shine.

Single file lines leading to nowhere. Falling like flies landing in an order. But without this the world wouldn't turn.


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    General CommentGah I have no clue what this song means, perhaps about overcoming something but it such a good song even with the meaning escaping me.
    Dannysheavenon January 27, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthe first part of the song is setting up the scenero
    its a dark day and yoru bored or your feeling w/e it is that your feeling
    and then a good song pops up onto the radio or your playlist or w/e
    and it just gets u
    and moves u
    just like this song does
    because its so honest
    dilopotatedon May 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAccording to the CD booklet: "..the lyrics to this song come from an experience of riding the subway. The fact that there are so many people in one spot next to each other in complete silence is a crazy thing to think about. We just feel that in a world where people want to make a difference, places of mass gatherings like trains and such could be a great way to come together. Just asking people how their day is could possibly make some sorry of a difference, big or small, to a person's life. Maybe one day it will catch on."
    tearsdontlieon December 22, 2007   Link

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