"Skullflower" as written by and Green Tsagakis....
Oh how, how is this worth waiting
It feels like it's rushed, rushed because you
Oh how
Let her to take as
They already know
Tell me if you're straying off
Same as you were, they're calling you out
Is this the sign of the end
Are we losing air
Is this the sign of distress
Are you losing air

Oh how, how is this worth waiting
It feels like it's rushed, rushed because you
Oh how
Let her to take as
They already know
Tell me if you're straying off
Same as you were, they're calling you out
Is this the sign of the end
Are we losing air
Is this the sign of distress
Are you losing air

Something's been raped
Once it's


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"Skullflower" as written by Embree Balling

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  • +2
    General Commentwow are u kidding me, the actual instermental part of the song sounds like tribal music.... so how could the indian girl sound out of place? its an amazing song by amazing ppl, maybe its just the fact that narrow minded ppl should listen to good music.....
    pumpkin boyon May 29, 2006   Link
  • +2
    General CommentActual Lyrics:

    Oh how, how is this worth waiting
    It feels like it's rushed, rushed because you..
    Oh, how they hesitate 'cause they already dream if you are
    (Tell me you are staying, oh...)
    They're calling you out
    Is this a sign of the end, are we losing him?
    ..Is this is a sign of distress, are you losing him?
    (of the stressed)

    Tamasomajyotirgamaya {Take me from darkness to light}
    Mrityormamritamgamaya {Take me from death to eternity}

    Tamas soma
    Chortir gamaya
    Ipyormar
    Ambritam Mmm gamaya
    [With whispers in the back]

    Oh how, how is this worth waiting
    It feels like it's rushed, rushed because you..
    Oh, how they hesitate 'cause they already dream if you are
    (Tell me you are staying, oh...)
    They're calling you out
    Is this a sign of the end, are we losing him?
    ..Is this is a sign of the stress, are you losing him?
    (of distress)

    Tamasomajyotirgamaya {Take me from darkness to light}
    Mrityormamritamgamaya {Take me from death to eternity}
    We separate, something's been raped
    One submission only

    P.S: The part where he says "Something's been raped", could also be, "Somethings' can wait"...
    TANSDon May 31, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentHaters will hate but this song is fucking amazing.
    acknowledge101on May 27, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe Sanskrit is sung in halftones. Half tones are used in a lot of tribal music, as well to create a tension release sound in music; much like they use. If you notice when the Sanskrit comes in, the guitar distortion flips more and is panned across the speakers, and feedback loops too. This all helps create a tension, and that tension is released with Anthony singing. Little music theory 101 for you : )
    a day lateon July 16, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthe "indian chick" is actually african, and she's saying "Take me from darkness to light. Take me from death to eternity."

    you're welcome.
    jschmid143on January 31, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyeah, i agree. this whole CD is much different from Tiger and the Duke. you can pick out who's sing on other tracks, like Horses in the Sky where Craig from chiodos is singing
    human_after_allon April 22, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentby the way that language is Sanskrit
    human_after_allon April 22, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenton weed
    theDrunkPianiston April 23, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAnthony's part is awesome. The indian chick's isn't.
    javnesson April 23, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI kinda grew to like the Sanskrit. I prefer Anthony for sure, but the Sanskrit has its charms... get used to the Sanskrit, it'll come back in another song, without Anthony.
    stupidfrenchyon April 26, 2006   Link

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