Rain down the pavement
to line up in our metal coffins
Main line our stations
to ship out the mass destruction
Green eyes in fountains
the toxins that pollute our insides
We're drowning

We're watching sunlight burn as it's slipping through the starlit canopy
We're watching the world light up; it's lifeless
The daylight insults the beauty of her majesty
The night is taking control

And this is life 20 years later,
after the dust and smoke have cleared,
after you lost your wife and children,
when the earth has a chance for revenge,
a chance to recreate a species of solid existence,
perfetion at its best,
the only chance for pure anarchy

Stained glass window
the glutton that feeds to pass the time
Impair this vision
it recreates perfection
Slow down transition
from the moon thats taking over
We're choking

We're watching sunlight burn as it's slipping through the starlit canopy
We're watching the world light up; it's lifeless
The daylight insults the beauty of her majesty
The night is taking control

And this is the sound of darkness
...

We're watching sunlight burn as it's slipping through the starlit canopy
We're watching the world light up; it's lifeless
The daylight insults the beauty of her majesty
The night is taking control
Hold your breath, and don't let go


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Faso Latido song meanings
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    General Commenti love listening to this song baked. especially when they get into that retro-breakdown.. haha. good stuff.
    STIFFNECKon April 01, 2005   Link
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    General Commentit's

    Rain down the pavement
    to line up in our metal coffins
    main line our stations
    to ship out the mass destruction
    green eyes in fountains
    the toxins that pollute our insides
    we're drowning
    we're watching sunlight burn as it's slipping through the starlit canape
    (we're watching the world light up lifeless)
    the daylight insults the beuaty of her magesty
    (the night is taking control)
    And this is life 20 years later after the dust and smoke have cleared, after you lost your wife and children, when the earth has a chance for revenge a chance to recreate a species of solid existence
    perfetion at its best
    the only chance for pure anarchy
    stain glass window
    the gluten that feeds to pass time
    impair this vision
    and recreates perfection
    slow down transition
    from the moon thats taking over
    we're choking
    we're watching sunlight burn as it's slipping through the starlit canape
    (we're watching the world light up lifeless)
    the daylight insults the beauty of her magesty
    (the night is taking control)
    and this is the sound of darkness
    ...
    fa113nstaron April 07, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwhat does Faso Latido mean?
    wishyouwerehereion April 10, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAccording to babelfish.altavista.com it means "Ditch Beat" in Spanish... doubt that's right. Latido also means "Bark" in Portuguese
    superman9kon July 19, 2005   Link
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    General CommentFound it: mammothpress.com/…

    Here's a hint: Do Re Mi
    superman9kon July 19, 2005   Link
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    General Commentalso: it's canopy (a roof-like covering), not canape (a cracker); glutton (a pig) not gluten (a mixture of plant proteins); and "...world light up; it's lifeless"
    superman9kon July 19, 2005   Link
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    General CommentMusic :)
    Fa
    So
    La
    Ti
    Do

    ..
    Re
    Mi

    I love this song.
    "We're watching sunlight burn as it's slipping through the starlit canopy
    We're watching the world light up; it's lifeless
    The daylight insults the beauty of her majesty
    The night is taking control"

    Beautiful.
    sundayrequiemon August 18, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthanks superman9k and sundayreqiem for the meaning of Faso Latido...it was driving me crazy. Anyway awesome song i love it
    *~music~*on March 05, 2007   Link

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