The sound of an ending
Is as real as the air I breathe
Rvery second of every day
To cope with the feeling is nonsence
That is only a stage for the weak
But maybe, just maybe, I am weak
Maybe i can't stand on my own two feet
But maybe, just maybe, I am weak
Cause all I feel is defeat
If I painted a picture of the moon
And held it up high for you to see
Would you notice what I have done for you
Or look twice, look twice because it was me
But maybe, just maybe, I am weak
Maybe I can't stand on my own two feet
My best effort to be a hero failed
I guess that puts me in my place
I am weak, I am weak I know, I know am weak, I am weak
Although we have not crossed this bridge
I can already see the water growing beneath us
Soon it will drown and decay us untill we
Are nothing, we are nothing
If the moon could see past the clouds What would it say?


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    My OpinionAlright, This by far one of my favorite songs along with alot of Emmure songs (horribly Fiance who was a whore and fucked me over).

    Anyways I think this song is about the singer and his woman breaking up, hence the "The sound of an ending" meaning those dreadful words (we are over). Now He's debating weither he is just a weak person is being a baby about it all hence the "But maybe, just maybe, I am weak
    Maybe i can't stand on my own two feet
    But maybe, just maybe, I am weak
    Cause all I feel is defeat"

    And then i think the "If I painted a picture of the moon
    And held it up high for you to see
    Would you notice what I have done for you
    Or look twice, look twice because it was me"
    is him asking her if he tried to get her back would she try it because he changed or would she look right right threw him because of the past.

    thats my opinion on this song.
    Krob189on July 09, 2009   Link

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