this bed has too much room
i might need another cover
these seems to be so much food
and i'm used to empty cupboards

i remember when the days seemed so short
when everything was so right
and now you're gone and my most wanted
the only thing in sight

but then i woke up to nothing
and you seemed more dead than i could ever be
so when you wake up to nothing
i'll leave your life
for the second time

be careful in this cold
this bridge might stay icy
and if i'm not there and dont hear a sound
just like that in the night
this is burning bridge falls down

i remember when the days seemed so short
when everything was so right
and now you're gone and my most wanted
this all ends tonight
right now

then i woke up to nothing
and you seemed more dead than i could ever be
so when you wake up to nothing
i'll leave your life for the second time

its all been said before
but this is my own outlook and my own curse
in years i'll laugh upon looking back
from the best to just dust on a box sealed shut
now blow away



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    General CommentGod. People are idiots. No one's commented on this freaking song. It's effing amazing.
    ksa_fan13on December 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI believe it is about a second chance relationship. He has given the girl another chance, but he is not pleased with the way things are. He dreams of bliss, a bed with lots of room plenty of food etc, then he wakes up to his reality. He's leaving the girls life for the second time.
    Matthew15on February 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentPunchline is way underrated. They are creative and catchy. This song is really good for snowy days, and I love the tie in with London's Bridge--the "burning bridge falls down part," and then the guitar solo in the actual bridge of the song which plays the tune of London's Bridge. Pretty neat and good stuff!
    j9don October 21, 2008   Link

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