Your wait forever attitude
Makes you a member of the club
Obscene, naked as a worm
Dressed like a president


Are you alive?
Where is your limit?
You sleep in her palace all the time
Where is your limit?
And never wake up


Your voice, too mad to be ignored
Avoids their greedy smiles in bars
Detentions cloaked in secrecy
Good sense equals success


Are you alive?
Where is your limit?
You sleep in her palace all the time
Where is your limit?
And never wake up

Home!


She won't be waiting in the rain
She'll find her own way home
Oh last remains of reality
It's not what you want it to be


Are you alive?
Where is your limit?
You sleep in her palace all the time
Where is your limit?
And never wake up


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    General CommentAh one of my favourites! I think this song about the rat race of everyday life in big cities, faceless workers in corporate offices, work 9-5 then go home to their bedsits and do the same everyday. It's almost like they are on auto-pilot and get stuck. "Are you alive? Where is your limit?" it's like a voice in someones ear as they're stood waiting for the same old train home, in that president-like suit. It's a call for freedom and to break away. Only when they go asleep are they really who they dream to be...doing what they want...sleeping in her palace ALL the time.
    Reftion December 12, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthe other day i dreamed i was dressed like a woman and for some reason or another i was falling from a building. whoever said you always wake up before hitting the ground is full of shit. I hit the ground face first and HARD. it didnt hurt though.
    Farazon December 18, 2006   Link

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