And I've paid the price of solitude with wish to worry while you're away,
With all grace to allow my hand the travel & worth here across your face.

I love you more than you could know,
In those eyes you hide it well, I think you do.

As I turn the wheels that round the ground across the Never, here against the grave,
Now I've lost the only thing that matters to me life, is this the dream?

Here I go, I'm on my way home now to you,
And it hurts to hear you feel.


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    General Commentwtf?

    this is going to be just like "interps" for sectond stage turbine blade where the first posts ARE RIDICULOUS AND ABSURDDDDDDD. "josephine and cambria huhuhuhu"
    they have nothing to do with thisss.
    this is the prequel to the amory wars, nott sstb.

    assholes.
    coheedismylifeeeon November 07, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt sounds like just the set up to the album. What I see is Jesse going to a place he calls "Home", he is also going back for some woman. He talks about paying the price for solitude which is lonliness and now he wants company and be around people he knows. Perhaps this is all where he stayed before Coheed and Cambria epic started off, before he went into hiding and such. He is going for love, definatly a thought.
    Gunner-Recallon October 31, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAgreed. Maybe the woman has moved on and taken a husband and fears a conflict or whatever may occur when Jesse returns?
    c0h33don November 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commentall i know is that this is about a funeral. The Prize figher inferno wouldn't really care about reuniting with cambria because it was coheed that she was married to and Jesse never really seemed close to anyone accept his daughter. anyway i don't see him in this story at all i think its just the band name. does anyone agree with me that cecilia marie kills herself in track 3?
    poopsmcgee567on November 04, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAnd I've paid the price of solitude with wish to worry while you're away,
    With all grace to allow my hand the travel & worth here across your face,
    I love you more than you could know,
    In those eyes you hide it well I think you do,
    As I turn the wheels that round the ground across the Never,
    Here against the Grave,
    Now I've lost the only thing that matters to me life,
    Is this the dream?
    Here I go, I'm on my way home now,
    To you,
    And it hurts to hear you feel.
    iforgoton November 04, 2006   Link
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    General Commentcoheedismylife you asshats.

    Arthur McCloud is returning home from jail. He was put in jail for molesting his daughter Cecilia. Cecilia knows her father is on the way home and is trying to find a way to leave home.
    10poundon November 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think that this is a set up for the album also but in order to know the charcters involved you need to look ahead. I think its about Arthur McCloud coming home (probably from prison for abusing his wife Martha" and this is his, creepy and evil thought of returning home to his beautiful daughter Cecillia. He knows he cant be with his wife (sexually) for what he did to her in the past, but she hasnt left him. So this is why he decides to "love" his daughter. And she knows this but because it is such a terrible thought she tries to hide any thought of this but Arthur knows that she knows.
    thejazzmusicon November 07, 2006   Link
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    General Commentforums.cobaltandcalcium.com/…

    actually this guy pretty much got i think
    thejazzmusicon November 07, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwhen we were doing song interpretations at school last year, my teacher said you need to get everything the singer says in order to get a good interpretation.

    so yeah. just to help anyone out.

    And I’ve paid the price of solitude with wish to worry while you’re away, with all grace to allow my hand the travel & worth here across your face.

    I love you more than you could know. Here, in those eyes you hide it well, I think you do. I love you more than you could know. Here, in those eyes you hide it well, I think you do.

    And I turn the wheels that round the ground across the Never, here against the Grave. Now, I’ve lost the only thing that matters to my life. Is now the dream?

    I love you more than you could know. Here, in those eyes you hide it well, I think you do. I love you more than you could know. Here, in those eyes you hide it well, I think you do.

    Here I go, I’m on my way home now, to you, and it hurts to hear you feel. Here I go, I’m on my way home now, to you, and it hurts to hear you feel.

    Here I go, I’m on my way home now, to you, and it hurts to hear you feel. Here I go, I’m on my way home now, to you, and it hurts to hear you feel. Here I go, I’m on my way home now, to you, and it hurts to hear you feel. Here I go, I’m on my way home now, to you, and it hurts to hear you feel.
    iforgoton December 31, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwhen we were doing song interpretations at school last year, my teacher said you need to get everything the singer says in order to get a good interpretation.

    so yeah. just to help anyone out.

    And I’ve paid the price of solitude with wish to worry while you’re away, with all grace to allow my hand the travel & worth here across your face.

    I love you more than you could know. Here, in those eyes you hide it well, I think you do. I love you more than you could know. Here, in those eyes you hide it well, I think you do.

    And I turn the wheels that round the ground across the Never, here against the Grave. Now, I’ve lost the only thing that matters to my life. Is now the dream?

    I love you more than you could know. Here, in those eyes you hide it well, I think you do. I love you more than you could know. Here, in those eyes you hide it well, I think you do.

    Here I go, I’m on my way home now, to you, and it hurts to hear you feel. Here I go, I’m on my way home now, to you, and it hurts to hear you feel.

    Here I go, I’m on my way home now, to you, and it hurts to hear you feel. Here I go, I’m on my way home now, to you, and it hurts to hear you feel. Here I go, I’m on my way home now, to you, and it hurts to hear you feel. Here I go, I’m on my way home now, to you, and it hurts to hear you feel.
    iforgoton December 31, 2006   Link

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