Tearing up the walls, scratching out her name.
Staring up the walls, dulling up the razor blade.
I'm washing it down.
Watch me call the port on.

I'm washing it down. Watch me fall.
It's the shock of the sound of the ants.
to carry me off towards home.

I'm better now, not behind the eyes.


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    General CommentThis is a highly metaphoric song...or maybe it has no sense, but it really decorate my day. It could be about a girl, the pain within a break up.... maybe about a whole life of memories... running trough a agonic mind. Great great song ... u should hear it.
    MeaningLezzon July 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe title in Latin means "In wine, (there is) truth". I read something on their website saying that this was about losing a relationship because of something that was said while drunk.
    superman9kon July 22, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI definitely believe this is about the loss of a relationship due to drunkness. The "Port" refered to during the song is talking about wine. Though the lyrics seem (and title) seem to point to an epiphany during drunkness. It seems like he's already lost this girl. I mean the whole part of tearing/staring up the walls comes before washing it down. Maybe it's simply self-medicating. He drinks merely to forget this girl, but can't because in his while he drinks he realizes he still loves her.
    babyevilchild999on May 22, 2009   Link

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