"20 Hz" as written by Joakim Montelius and Eskil Simonsson....
I ride the morning train; eople come and go.
So many different faces as the city passes by.
I watch their tired eyes; journeys never made.
Broken dreams of leaving fill the streets with dust.

This is our final journey; it's the end of the line.
Constantly in transit, we just want to go home.

The rain that falls for weeks, painting pictures on the streets,
Twisted stars beneath my feet, I cruise the crowd.

I could be one of them, going back and forth,
Between familiar places, as my blood turns cold.
I watch with gypsy eyes: secrets never told.
Stolen years of yearning turn their tears to dust.

This is our final journey; it's the end of the line.
Constantly in transit, we just want to go home.

The rain that falls for weeks, painting pictures on the streets,
Twisted stars beneath my feet, I cruise the crowd.

The rain that falls for weeks, painting pictures on the streets,
Twisted stars beneath my feet, I cruise the crowd.

The rain that falls for weeks, painting pictures on the streets,
Twisted stars beneath my feet, I cruise the crowd.


Lyrics submitted by Bradley Williams, edited by Bioshock

"20 Hz" as written by Joakim Montelius Eskil Simonsson

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    General CommentI love this song! How can anyone not love the lyrics? And the instrumental and lyrics just flow so nice!! Thank you for lyrics! Hooray! :)
    microgirl_aoon September 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's a beautifully put-together song.

    I always viewed it as being a song of moving on. Of constantly pushing forward through the masses of those who've simply given up or done nothing with their lives.
    OneChaoson August 27, 2007   Link

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