I can feel a pull from the outside world
A lonely shadow in the moonlit night
(I can feel a pull from the outside world)
I can feel a pull from the outside world
A lonely shadow in the moonlit night
(I can feel a pull from the outside world)

Please pull me up with the oceans
Music is seen colors are heard
A dark vision of senses
Is this tasting the world
to ruin the illusion?
Is this primal or futile?
Is this instinct or evil?
Is this right or wrong?

I can feel a chance
Yes I can feel a change inside me
Inside you
I can feel a chance
Yes I can feel a change inside me
Inside you

Gnash’s through each stranger
In the night your eyes will be opened
It will be too bright to see reality

When I wake up in the morning
The taste lingers on my lips

A love lost a lovers breath, what’s best for me tonight
is to let my coat fill in a swift killer at each bite
People change when the pleasure starts to spoil
To my touch vivid colors appear dark visions
It was all to bright to see reality
What if this is all there is? So sad to hear
Oblivious to the obvious
That’s you
THAT’S YOU…
A love lost a lovers breath what’s best for me tonight is to let my coat fill in I’ll be on my way in flight


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Lycanthropy song meanings
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    My Interpretation'yeah man, i must of missed the memo where it said if a band does drugs it changes the quality of their music. you're a fucking tool, i really hope they drop mad acid so you stop listening to them.' THANK YOU.

    and i wouldn't be surprised if they did acid haha. their live show is fucking weird and beautiful and amazing and perfect.
    terr0ron July 25, 2009   Link
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    General CommentSo i was bored today, listening to this song so i decided to look up what Lycanthropy means.

    ly-can-thro-py [lahy-kan-thruh-pee]
    –noun
    1. a delusion in which one imagines oneself to be a wolf or other wild animal.
    2. the supposed or fabled assumption of the appearance of a wolf by a human being.

    I can see were some of the lyrics make since.


    just my thought on it. great song.
    HerCraftsrReadyon September 24, 2006   Link
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    General Commentsense*
    HerCraftsrReadyon September 24, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYeah I googled that word as well. Hehe :)
    theTyranton September 27, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwhere it says "I can feel a chance" chance should be "change"
    iamthenightstarson September 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe only reason I knew what lycanthropy meant was because In the movie Underworld the werewolves were called lycans.
    XskycamefallingXon October 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyeah man, i must of missed the memo where it said if a band does drugs it changes the quality of their music.

    you're a fucking tool, i really hope they drop mad acid so you stop listening to them.
    briansayswordon December 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentDave Marion (Lead Vocals) smokes pot....i know that much and they all drink....And yes this songs about fucking turning into a were wolf......if it isnt obvisous enough

    "Music is seen colors are heard
    A dark vision of senses
    Is this tasting the world
    to ruin the illusion?
    Is this primal or futile?
    Is this instinct or evil?
    Is this right or wrong?"

    I dont know whats its like to be a were wolf......but id imagine it would be much like that.
    xfrailaspaperon January 12, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"Please pull me up with the oceans"

    I would say that that part definitely is about the moon. As the moon controls tides, hence pulling up the oceans.

    and "Please pull me up with the oceans" would mean bring him out as a werewolf when the moon comes out.
    Jrdnlv15on January 25, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit wouldnt surprise me if they did do acid. some of their good friends that i got high with last year do meth and stuff. and im pretty sure they all smoke weed so yeah.
    nybatterion April 19, 2007   Link

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