"Papercut" as written by and Robert Stewart....
Sink in, the sound that kept you round
Slow in, slow down
Step in, drift out beneath black clouds
Ship lost, ship drowned

Drag the death machine
We don't care we don't care we won't
See monsters monsters hiding in the songbirds
Sing em a song from iron lung

Spill an empty soul to a loaded gun
Break up, break up hide the words you fake up
Break up, break up trace the lines above
Papercut

Sink in, the sound that kept you 'round
Slow in, slow down
Stay in, sink down beneath the crowd
Ship lost, ship drowned

Drag the death machine
We don't care we don't care we won't
See monsters monsters hiding in the songbirds
Sing em a song from iron lung
Spill an empty soul to a loaded gun

Break up, break up hide the words you fake up
Break up, break up we will never wake up
Trace the lines above
Papercut

Drag the death machine
We don't care we don't care we won't
See monsters monsters hiding in the songbirds
Sing em a song from iron lung

Spill an empty soul to a loaded gun
Break up, break up hide the words you fake up
Break up, break up we will never wake up
Trace the lines above


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"Papercut" as written by Robert Stewart

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    General CommentThis will be a little vague but hopefully short and to the point. He's apparently talking about those who cause trouble and bring about disaster but do so in a way that we don't notice it or think they're doing wrong, like the wolf in the sheep's wool if i'm using that correctly. It almost seems more judgemental towards those who don't know that these people are faking or do know and aren't doing anything. Yeah....might be confusing how i put it.
    JohnnyOon July 11, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song along wtih panic and age are my favorite pistolita songs.
    Damonon January 13, 2007   Link

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