"Crimson Glow" as written by and Benjy Davis....
Dead ceiling
Is what I guess he stared at when he heard
For reasons
In the depth of wildly whispered words
Slow time beats
In the morning passed around it
Although I can't make it better
I'll catch you if you fall

And I want to thank you for living
Solitude
And though I never told you
How I felt
I'm doing it now
Crimson glow

Burned out before it reached the fingers
The first time in his life he let it go
And what he could, and what he would
Will be remembered
Even though

I know I
Can't do anything to change it
You're standing
On the brink of destiny
She's crying
Because the dad she once had is gone
And if it don't get better
You know who you can call

And I want to thank you for living
Solitude
And though I never told you
How I felt
I'm doing it now
Crimson glow


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"Crimson Glow" as written by Benjy Davis

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    General Commentnone? love thats all i gotta say.
    efk121on October 24, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwhat is "crimson glow" ?
    mc3on September 03, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI wonder if the song title was taken from My So-Called Life. Crimson Glow was the name of Angela's hair color. :)
    m!nusm3won August 26, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningIf I remember right, this one's about Benjy's girlfriend's father who died of cancer, but always had a cigar in hand (hence the Crimson Glow from the cherry). There's also some lyrics at the end that are missing:

    Blow smoke in the reaper's face, come on.
    For that you'll be remembered by me.
    This breath I give to you won't be missed.
    Crimson glow is lit again, in me, in me.
    gwbougeon October 11, 2010   Link

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