An old women she just told me
this is the lonliest life she has ever seen
every wrinkle is a monument
meant for dust and decay
the painter understood this
spreading the evening sky with crows
the sky all black placenta
its too big to ignore

pull out the lawn chairs,
and watch the angels rip out their wings
my sweet eternity,
you were more than i bargoned for
i guess all good things come to an end

each breath is a monument
every blink of the eye
or is it like a photograph,
another day gone by

pull out the lawn chairs,
and watch the angels pull out their wings
my sweet eternity,
you were more than i bargoned for
all good things come to an end (x2)







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    General CommentThis song is by far the most beautiful songs off their first CD. I was so upset when the lyrics wernt on here, and i couldn't get an official copy of them, so i wrote them my self, so if there are any mistakes let me know and i will do my best to fix them appropriately.

    I was captured by this song from the get go. There is a painting by Van Gogh called "Crows in the Wheatfield" and the crows are flying out of a wheatfield and basically splitting the sky. Other than this is during the day and the song depicts the night, the real resemblance is that this painting was the last painting Van Gogh did before his death. I guess all good thing must come to an end.
    cellordoreon December 08, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti love this song.
    BigNothingon June 09, 2006   Link

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