Their comfort amazes me
Numbered and placed as drones
How our spinal cords are breaking their fall
Diamonds pressed and morphed to feed me pills

The status quo - Ahh
I should've noticed
Slightly unfocused - on you

I should've known
You're cleverly brilliant
I should've known
I should've known all along.

Treat you more as a leper
Feeding more than some method

Cataclysmic chaos must occur for his return then...
Please wish it now - all on yourself
so that - we may - enjoy - Christ in you.

I should've known
You're cleverly brilliant
I should've known
I should've known all along.

Treat you more as - a leper
Feeding more than some method
Feeding more than some method

Ahhh-ahh- ahh ahh ahh ahh
Ahhh-ahh- ahh ahh ahh ahh
Ahhh-ahh- ahh ahh ahh ahh
One by one we fall

Turn this into gold
So I can count it.
Turn this into gold
so I can count it.

Treat you more as a leper
Feeding more than some method

Ahhh-ahh- ahh ahh ahh ahh
Ahhh-ahh- ahh ahh ahh ahh
Ahhh-ahh- ahh ahh ahh ahh
One by one we fall


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    General CommentWhere did this come from? Is this an unreleased track or a demo from the "Into The Half Moon" days?
    TranceRufuson June 13, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt was a bonus download track when "The Autumn Effect" was purchased from Best Buy back when the album came out.
    IndelibleEntityon June 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThanks, Entity.

    I managed to find it last night and I've been listening to it since... It's beautiful, I can't believe they left it off the album. The meaning, however, still alludes me. The lines:

    "Cataclysmic chaos must occur for his return then...
    Please wish it now - all on yourself
    so that - we may - enjoy - Christ in you."

    Are very confusing. I can't tell if Jesse was being sarcastic, or trying to make the point that spiritual revelation only comes from turmoil.

    Regardless, an amazing track. Any 10 Years fan deserves to hear this.
    TranceRufuson July 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHey what do you type in as a keyword to get this song?

    Obviously "Pacemaker" by "10 Years" would be logical, but it doesn't show up on LimeWire. Do you use a different music downloader? Or do you use different keywords? Thansk for the help
    Rip_the_jackeron November 02, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwat i do is look up a song i don't know by them found on here
    and
    it will come up
    but
    rarely
    took me 2 months to download R.E.S.T
    Cpov1on December 14, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think mabey they left this one off because of some of the subject matter, and they figured the real hardcore fans would eventually download it anyway
    [Service to busy]on May 17, 2007   Link
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    General Commentjust an idea here, but mabey its about christians and the return of chirist, and i dont think jesse is talking about chiristians ina good way here. "Their comfort amazes me, Numbered and placed as drones" he could be talking about christians there, i dunno.


    "Cataclysmic chaos must occur for his return then...
    Please wish it now - all on yourself
    so that - we may - enjoy - Christ in you."
    refering the the return of christ in the bible, mabey, just an idea.
    [Service to busy]on May 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI saw a song on the Live and Rare CD called Peacemaker..
    [Service to busy]on June 14, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwell i haven't heard the song...but a good friend of mine, Todd, who i actually do trust more than a leper, says it's awesome. and yeah, i reckon ten years is pretty good myself.
    *may*on June 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI'm not sure, but maybe this song is about greed "Turn this into gold so I can count it" and "One by one we fall" sounds to me as if they killing eachother over gold? Just an opinion.
    Smidgeton September 20, 2007   Link

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