Would you settle for a wasted life?
We can't always belong to a place in time

Come along for the ride let them take you inside
No one wants to wait anymore
Come along for the ride let them take you inside

And all my thoughts wrapped up in neverending white lights and celestial beings parting ways with me I'm losing faith in life

Too afraid tonight to lie awake
And in my thoughts there are ways of getting lost



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    General Commenthaunting
    alwaysloveon April 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentGreat song, I think the meaning's pretty straight forward...

    This group is very talented. This song is probably one of my other favorites. Daniel Victor is the best singer on this album
    Miss_Murderon June 20, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis seems to be an introduction to the concept of the album, it's beautfiully written, and beatifully sang, letting the listener get a feel for what is coming next, and just laying out a hint of what's going on in daniel victor's mind as he was writting the album...
    dustytigeron August 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAbsolutely.
    It's gets me excited for whats next everytime I hear it, even though I already know.
    I saw them live with OLP and it was amzing.
    Barely anyone at the concert knew who Daniel was or anything and I was the first one in my area to start screaming for Liar cause I knew ahead of time it was the one where Raine would come out and sing with them,
    Everyone around me was looking at me like i was crazy, then finally realized who the guy walking on stage was and cheered too.
    Haha, I felt good.

    This whole album just fills me up with so much emotion, it's so beautiful.
    And my favorite singer after Daniel, is Matt Talbot, because his voice reminds me of Stipe, from R.E.M.
    amycaryson August 10, 2006   Link

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