"Silent Eyes" as written by William Roy Francis, Nicholas Alexander Wiggins, Angel Dejesus Ibarra and Jacob Samuel Davison....
This is the last time
Through hell, I've seen your insides
Tear out your eyes tonight, you'll see
Is this where my angel lies?
I've cut you up to see me
Am I worth a thousand lies?
Infect your perfect slice up skin

You wrote the book on silent eyes
And I wrote this song to say goodbye
This is the last time that I'll...

It's raining in cuts so bright,
The screaming soothes the anger
I've never been so scared alive
When friends that crash goodbye
Their soul will change the future
And that's where the beauty in death resides
Infect your perfect slice up skin

You wrote the book on silent eyes
And I wrote this song to say goodbye
This is the last time that I'll...

Save the rain he's alive
Save the rain he's alive [x2]

Friends that crash goodbye
Your soul will change the future
And that's where the beauty in death resides
Infect your perfect slice up skin

You wrote the book on silent eyes
And I wrote this song to say goodbye [x2]
This is the last time that I'll cry






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"Silent Eyes" as written by Jacob Samuel Davison Angel Dejesus Ibarra

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    General CommentWil wrote this song about John Holohan [AKA John Beatz] who was the drummer for Bayside. He got into a car crash and died while Aiden was on tour with them. RIP.
    WhateverXxon November 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentTo me it sounds like the person is having an autopsy and the person as you can with most people read them through their eyes you couldn't with this person so he's cutting out their eyes so they can see....it's what it sounds like to me anyway.
    xSaveTheLastDancexon December 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYeah this song is definetely about John Beatz. Every line in this song reflects his death. "When friends that crash goodbye, their soul will change the future. And that's where the beauty in death resides." First acoustic song I've heard of
    Aiden's. Great song. RIP John "Beatz" Holohan.
    tormentedsoul13on December 27, 2006   Link
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    General Commentquestion then...why would he say your perfect slice3d up skinned about John? he might be cut up but he wouldn't be skinned and not so long after that happened.and WHY would he say i've cut you up to see me? I get part of it for john but the rest has no relation what so ever in my own opinion.
    xSaveTheLastDancexon January 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's about Beatz. Will said so. It's good that you can interpret it in your own way, though. And it's "infect your perfect sliced up skin" because John flew through the windshield when the car crashed, thus resulting in a bloody mess as you can imagine. Who knows what Will was thinking when he wrote the things that don't seem to relate at all, but trust me, it's about Beatz. The rest that doesn't seem to relate is probably metaphorical.
    WhateverXxon February 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song reminds me of two kids in my town in highschool that died in a car crash exactly a week ago. Four died, but only two were from my town. It's so sad.
    metalfan4everon April 27, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song reminds me of my cousin and his girlfriend who were in a bad accident around Christmas time. She lived but he died.
    tearsofoldon May 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commentgreat song..i love aiden
    silenteyeson May 29, 2007   Link
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    General Commentits about John Beatz (former drummer of bayside) he was killed in a wreck...the song is in honor of him...ive heard silverstein and hawthorne heights also have songs dedicated to him...im pretty sure silversteins is the song "here today, gone tommorow" if you havent checked it out yet.
    Josefupu3on September 06, 2008   Link

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