"Rush Song" as written by and Jason Keith/carter Perry....
On and on like a rush song, like a long one
You're the miss in the partnership, yeah, the right one
There will come a day when I'll bury you
I will go the same way, together
Whatever there awaits us I'm gonna get through

And the closest thing to Jesus is suffering
And the closest thing between us is air
Don't say a word, that's not enough

Makes me sick when I think of it in the wrong way
Shitting bricks when I enter it in my bad brains
Like a wound up toy I'm kicking and a screaming
Emo boy, naive and semi functioning
Hey, this is a love song, hands up if you feel it

And the closest thing to Jesus is suffering
And the closest thing between us is air
Don't say a word, that's not enough

And the closest thing to Jesus is suffering
And the closest thing between us is air
And the moment that's between us is everything
Don't say a word, that's not enough



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"Rush Song" as written by Daniel Philip Carter Adam Perry

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    General Comment"Rush Song" is a dark love song. It's about how once you've been touched by love in a certain way, it's impossible to imagine life without that feeling or that person. It's the story of a lover's suicide pact, drowning together, holding each other and looking into each others eyes as you take your last breath together. Knowing its a perfect end because neither of of you are gonna be left behind. Its a scary thought but a beautiful one.
    liquidhtomon January 25, 2006   Link
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    General Commentgreat explanation liquidhtom! i think "Rush Song" is about a rocky relationship where he doesn't know what he wants.....but he knows he loves her. "hey this is a love song..." is a great line! it shows that they are gonna be together despite any doubts either of them have. my fave A song!
    daughterofdarknesson February 06, 2006   Link

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