"Judgement" as written by and Samuel Ervin Beam....
They walk out
And there's no sound
There's a candle burning
Lying up for they to see
The things beyond me

This is why the eyes rise on me
So the nights comes on me
And it starts to breathe

Tell me what did you think of me?
If I dropped a ring
When you say
When the moon is across the water

Judgment comes when I'm all alone
And the glass door is closed
They heard that it's all left behind

When you talk to me
You could swallow me

That time brings me a place
When I hear your words
I feel you near
Fingers wanted to find a frozen memory

Sometimes close the road
Direction down
Make you wish you could take it back

I walk in and there's no sound
I walk straight to you
And I find you down
We took a walk where I left you

We want to save
Save now and we won't be punished no more

When you talk to me
You could swallow me

That time brings me a place
When I hear your words
I feel you near
Fingers wanted to find a frozen memory

Sometimes friends are long ago
Affections free to go
Find your right way


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"Judgement" as written by Samuel Ervin Beam

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    General CommentA few corrections:

    Day walks out and there's no sound
    There's a candle burning by me now
    Light enough for to see the things beyond me
    Door is wide as her eyes on me
    So the night comes in and starts to breathe
    The only name that I really know

    Tell me dear, do you think of me
    At a drop of rain, or when you see
    The wind, it rakes as it moves across the water
    Judgement comes when I'm all alone
    Like a spyglass on the furthest coast
    Favored now that it's left behind

    When you talk to me
    You could swallow me

    Nighttime brings me a place I fear
    Where I hear your words and feel you near
    Fingers only to find a frozen memory
    Sometimes clothes chosen long ago
    A direction down a gravel road
    Make you wish you could take them back

    Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh

    Days walk on and when there's no sound
    I go straight to you and find you down
    Kneeling next to the water where I left you
    Knee-deep now in the creek I made
    From the landscape lost I want to save
    Save it now or be punished more

    When you talk to me
    You could swallow me

    Nighttime brings me a place I fear
    Where I hear your words and feel you near
    Fingers never to find a warmer memory
    Sometimes friends we knew long ago
    Or affections we set free to go
    Find you right where you ran to hide

    Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh
    Arteron January 01, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI'm pretty sure the line that says "Makes you wish you could take him back" should read, "Make you wish you could take 'em back".

    This is another incredible song by Sam Beam. Just beautiful.
    sortileguson January 12, 2006   Link
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    My InterpretationThis one's not too hard to interpret. The narrator is lying awake at night thinking of a past love and regretting leaving her.
    treanton October 25, 2015   Link

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