"Quince" as written by Andrew Sudderth, Clifford Campbell, John Matthew Langley and Brett Stowers....
You could've been raised in Africa.
We lacked in our vigor, been an "x" on the calendar.
Losing our cool in Antarctica, so I put my coat on 'ya,
The breeze was light burgundy.

I have an army suited and ready for you to simply take a bite and steer.
We're more than prepared to fight this unfair.
All you need do is tease your taste and steer.

Your crimes are not mine or theirs, weary from the wear you invent.
I forget for some time, I've been underground and dug to the sound of your breath.


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"Quince" as written by Brett Stowers Andrew Sudderth

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    General CommentIf anyone was wondering, the lyrics to the second verse *might* be this-- (credit to the FTM forums)
    "I learned to stand in Istanbul
    So I send you my Morse code,
    Till you capture the syllables.
    Subtracting the fees under carried time
    Somewhere over the Great Divide
    Blacked like a candlestick"
    Codfishon August 19, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is by far my favorite song on the cd. great end to a great cd.
    jennybeanon September 23, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthank you.

    That's beautiful song and Orphan anth. too and others...

    There are some old versions of the songs of the last CD, very interesting. It sounds quite weird.
    Johnny89on September 05, 2008   Link
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    My OpinionThis is not music, this is art! Captivating song!
    Hihey9989on November 05, 2009   Link

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