"In Regards To Myself" as written by and Timothy/gillespie Mctague....
Wake up, wake up, my God,
This is not a test and it's not too late to come lean
Get it off your chest
So steady your hand before your face and concentrate
There's got to be some stable ground left to walk on

So tear another page from the book
Are you asleep or just alone
Clear this room from your lungs
And pull yourself together man

On your back, you're sleeping in a bed of shame
Let the light breathe some new life into this room
It's what keeps you coming back
Made up of instaiable taste
Bury your head in your hands and sink into yourself

Just what are you so afraid of
You're staring truth in the face, so come on down

You're busy living now aren't you
You're busy making vows
You're coming unglued
Time is shorter than you kknow
I know the light is blinding to the naked eye,
So why don't you take steps away from being alone
I swear it's not too late for you

It's all worth reaching for the hand to pull you out
Wake up and step outside your box
Wake up


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"In Regards to Myself" as written by Christopher Dudley Aaron Gillespie

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    General Commentyay song from the new album....haha tsk tsk ttsk you downloaded it...haha good job man
    punkkid6312on March 28, 2006   Link
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    General Commentcould be about someone who has has began or has turned their back on the Lord and how they should know its never too late to find Him again?
    tkzr440on March 29, 2006   Link
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    General Commentmaybe...that makes sense. i have no clue what its about..underoaths newer songs have a deeper religious meaning...the only line that i catch religiously out of this song is 'your staring truth in the face'
    punkkid6312on March 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAnd the "Come on down" could be referring to an aisle. Either way I'm very proud of these new songs. I'm gonna buy this when it comes out just to show support. These songs are so much better than They're Only Chasing Safety's tracks.
    epyon346on March 30, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti personally think that its about someone who used to know God, and is turning away from Him and someone is trying to save them before its too late, hence the "time is shorter than you know"
    mikeycon March 30, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwhat this song seems to be saying to me is a warning to those who are getting too comfortable with their life on earth saying that this is just the begining and we shouldnt get too caught up in materialistic things such as moolah and so on as it will have no worth in heaven/our next life/hell
    zedzedBadnustyon April 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's time to meet the concrete

    I think that's actually:
    It's time for me to come clean

    You did a good job though
    and I think the songs means all of the above
    I love the message in the new songs and they sound really good too (i think they're better than the last album too)

    I admit I downloaded all the songs but I'm going to definately buy the CD when it comes out
    Metalcore_Manon April 23, 2006   Link
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    General Comment\"It\'s not too late to come clean\"

    \"There\'s got to be some stable ground LEFT to walk on\"

    \"AND THE LIGHT brings some new life into this room\"
    RareImperfectionon May 08, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"Define the Great Line' is so much better than 'They're only Chasing Safety'.
    They are getting a little bit heavier, which is definitely a good thing.
    They can't really ever become what they were 7 years ago (amazing) while Dallas was still the singer, but Spencer isn't that bad.
    I like this song a lot.
    xyourmyantidrugon May 17, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti must say its the best song on the new album
    HomerunHenryon May 18, 2006   Link

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