"Everest" as written by and John Robert Conners Adam Mcgrath....
I hear things I tried to say
Echo back to me the opposite way
Everything I've read is spinning round' my head
Let's escape to where the air is cold and thin

Oh...
I might have believed in a miracle once, Everest
Oh...
I might have believed, though now I'm feeling deceived
And for all I care, I don't want to know

Ghosts are dancing around the mime
Haunted by the sense of passing time
Dreamers know the way to survive the day
They escape to where the air is cold and thin

Oh...
I might have believed in a miracle once, Everest
Oh...
I might have believed, though now I'm feeling deceived
And for all I care, I don't want to know

All the film has been exposed
In my photographic memory, I suppose
When it rains, it pours...
And screaming through the doors
Is every pain and pent-up eyesore I can recall

Oh...
I might have believed in a miracle once, Everest
Oh...
I might have believed, though now I'm feeling deceived
And for all I care, I don't want to know



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    General Commenti can't believe no-one has commented on this. this is clearly the greatest song ever.
    EZ Tigeron May 21, 2006   Link

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