"The Willing Well III: Apollo II: The Telling Truth" as written by Travis Stever, Claudio Sanchez, Michael Todd and Joshua Eppard....
In the worst of your fears
You have come so far to hear
That in turn they've showered your name
As the laughing stock
Now by fire you must hang
As my word holds course through vein
You will walk to the end of days
I'll gravitate towards you
I will, in the now, hate you
These days are numbered
This close encounter
To the heartland, through the madness

I'll make you wish
You hadn't burned our time before
I'll live through this
In a manner cursed at my own accord

I don't want to go
So come on bitch
Why aren't you laughing now?
You left me here to fend on my own
So cry on bitch,
Come on start laughing now

In my presence
You will make sure the fiction meets its fate
That death will grace your face my dear character
Through these lessons you have learned
All the worlds from here must burn
For as God demands that the end we miss

If my shame spills our worth across this floor
Then tonight, goodnight, I'm burning Star IV
No, I don't want to think of you
No, I don't even think of you... anymore
Goodnight, tonight, goodbye
Goodnight, tonight, goodbye

If, then should they come home
With failed attempt we'll know
I won't leave a stone unturned
These worlds will surely burn

Wait
But what did I do to...to deserve all of you

Jesse, bad boy
Just come look at what your brother did,
To that girl's precious little whore of a body


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"The Willing Well III: Apollo II: The Telling Truth" as written by Joshua Eppard Claudio Sanchez

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    General CommentThe actual title is The Willing Well III: Apollo II: The Telling Truth. The title as you have it is from a typo in the leaked version of the cd.
    SyxxtySyxxon September 03, 2005   Link
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    General CommentNo, it was a typo from myself ^_^
    hellarack99on September 03, 2005   Link
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    General Commenteither way, this song is amazing
    when it goes into blood red summer...i wet myself
    strange_brewon September 04, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAh, didn't mean to sound so accusatory, but I have heard that there is a typo in one of the song titles (I thought I'd try to clarify for the few that might thingk this is a different song or something).

    This song also alludes to "Everything Evil" when it says "Jesee... just come look at what your brother did..."

    I love when Co&Ca references their other songs.
    SyxxtySyxxon September 04, 2005   Link
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    General Commentits like 2113 and time consumer
    strange_brewon September 05, 2005   Link
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    General Commentand it has the favor house riff right before that part.
    TH3 CROWINGon September 07, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti love the blood red summer and everything evil part
    but it's almost the same song as Apollo I: The Writing Writer, which is an equally awesome song, but anyway, doesn't seem like something Claudio would do...like it's an extended version of The Writing Writer

    Is there gonna be a bonus track on Good Apollo like 21:13 or was this sorta it?
    CCxon September 09, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis isn't the bonus track, but I bet there will be one. This song seems to me like a big climax, with all the different songs coming together. Other than that I have no clue what it means, it seems like Claudio (the one in the story) is remembering everything that has happened, like a flashback or something.
    wetzillaon September 10, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis is the best song on the new album

    hands down
    strange_brewon September 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentCan someone tell me at what times it goes into Blood Red Summer and Favor House?

    I didn't hear these things...
    i2ockbotmon September 14, 2005   Link

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