Returning at twilight
Out of a suffering light
As for naked fortune
I can color my mind one last time

Colors sweet surrounding me
The power of sun, believe me
Has low importance the grey in the streets
I am searching for

This day wakes up unreal
Warning electro-voices
Giving mankind the revelation...
You've got to give back all the choices
A liter of ink flows on the pages
From mouth to mouth, to the TVs
"Eat good, drink wine go for a run,
keep brown... this is your last sun!"

I pull your colors to mine
The fucking grass grows in this side

Sitting on the wet grass
Eyes to a sky without stars
As for naked fortune
It seems a whatever dawn
Just more queer

I've seen a grey world dying out
In the fiction-like silence of my city
Every person frightened by my smile
As in search of my colored world


Lyrics submitted by mrdorman

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    General CommentWow amazing song ... i loved it the first time i heard it.
    Well I think it's about a person who is misunderstood by everyone else according to "Returning at twilight,out of a suffering light"
    "As for naked fortune" i guess this means he/she was hoping to be understood by the other people which fails again.
    "i can color my mind one last time" the person colors her/his mind with his/her imagination allthough i dont know what "one last time" is supposed to mean.
    Overall i think its about someone who doesnt get the way others are living and thinking and calms him/her self by thinkinh of things he/she likes. Sorry my english isn't that good so i cant explain it better =) I hope some-one else shares her/his oppinion about this song cause its an awesome song.
    Mushmulon October 28, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's about how the world's "colors" are fading. All originality is dying out and people are just eating what the media feeds them. Just generally about the degeneration of the the new generation.
    therealbobon April 07, 2010   Link

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