As the day breaks through the doorway
And I'm still chained to this house
But you call me and I follow
And act like I'm so proud
Still reading the sidewalk
And it smells like morning news
And I don't know why I still can't Seem to pull away from you
Watch the window, time means nothing
Watch the window, 'til I see you coming
Chorus:
Born a beggar
Will you ever
See me more than Pavlov's hungry dog
See no colors
Live another
Day to feed on everything you are
When the day sleeps and the sunshine
No longer burns my eyes
And the sound of your footsteps
Is the only thing that lies
Between me and the feeling
That life is these four walls
That cage me completely
Just waiting on your call
I run for you and fall so hard
My secrets are buried in the yard



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    General CommentI don't like the fact that this band is still called SR as it was called with Baz (it is completelly different music now), but anyway, this song is very good! And Solinger did a good singing job on this one.

    As for the lyrics:
    I like the line:
    'Still reading the sidewalk'
    I imagine a guy walking the street with his eyes stuck to the ground, so ashamed of everything, like he's 'reading the sidewalk' with his head bowed down like that. It depicts the previous line
    'But you call me and I follow
    And act like I'm so proud '
    What a proud guy, ha? :)

    And
    'Watch the window, time means nothing
    Watch the window, 'til I see you coming '
    like, he's ready to stare into her window forever, just to see her once.
    taniushaon September 21, 2007   Link

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