"Antarctica" as written by and Talley Pedicone....
The rain begins. the tide it pulls.
And it drags me down. keep rolling in.
Alone you float.
She won't let go.

And it spins you out.
Keep rolling in.
Underneath a web of satellites.
Concrete structures puncture holes in the sky.

Nothing lives here and no one comes here anymore.
Redesign me.
I lost your grip.
Peeled apart by the owed.

Stick beside me on the road.
Redesign me.
I Lost my grip.
Peeled apart by the owed.

Stick beside me on the road.
She winks and glows.
If I could run from this I swear I would take you with me.
But this place has got the best of us again.

And it won't just go away.
We're driving in with our hearts halfmast and there's nothing left to say.
Redesign me.
I lost my grip.

Peeled apart by the owed.
Stick beside me on the road.
Redesign me.
I lost my grip.

Peeled apary by the owed.
Keep Rolling In...


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"Antarctica" as written by James Isaiah Munoz Darren Tang Simoes

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    General CommentTheir new CD is eh...but if I had to pick a favorite song it would probably be this one...I love it so much...the overall tone of the song is just very eerie. Very intense.
    Thursdayloveon August 31, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe new CD grew on me..it's definitly not Pass the Flask II but I like it.
    cbortnsxron September 01, 2005   Link
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    General Commentreminds me of a different song... and its sad... i lovve it
    forever_hauntedon June 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis is such a good soooong.
    its kind of eerie.. but so pretty
    princessKATIEon June 13, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song is definitely about global warming in many ways
    "nothing lives here and no one comes here anymore" "redesign me" ( the whole society of ours and the worlds) and many other parts
    sean999111on February 05, 2008   Link

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