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We took the long ride home
I guess just one last trip
To set us back
And tear us apart
I can see those bloodstained sheets
It plays in my dreams and in my head
Again.
So what went wrong?
Where'd these demons come from tonight?
Come from tonight?
Cause I know that everything's alright
This silent perfect deadly comes from tonight
Cause I know that everything's alright
And I know it always will be.
He left a note that read I'm truly sorry Ma
For what's been done
There's no replacing time
I can see your bloodstained soul
It plays in my sights and my ears
I can hear.
So what went wrong?
Where'd these hålos come from tonight?
Come from tonight?
Cause I know that everything's alright
This silent perfect deadly comes from tonight
Cause I know that everything's alright now
And I know it always will be.
Can you hear the ghost ring through me?
Can you hear the ghost ring through my heart?



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    General CommentI think its about someone leaving from a place that he caused a mess in...
    IGaveEmHellon April 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWe took the long ride home
    I guess just one last trip
    To set us back
    And tear us apart
    I can see those bloodstained sheets
    It plays in my dreams and in my head
    Again.
    So what went wrong?
    Where'd these demons come from tonight?

    Where'd these hålos come from tonight?

    To me, this song means a lot. My cousin and his girlfriend were in a horrible accident on December 19, 2006. He died, but she lived. To me, it's written in his girlfriend's POV. To Wil it probably means something different. But seeing as he put "Where'd these demons come from tonight?" and "Where'd theses halos come from tonight?" I think it could very well be about death.
    tearsofoldon May 12, 2007   Link

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