"A Tornado; an Owl" as written by and Johnson Mark Thomas Kluepfel....
Take what you've got,
Take comfort in that everything you know,
Or seen will soon be a nonexistent dot.
Who'll save the world that claims there is no saving?
An illusion or delusion of grandeur.

Half of what I say is bliss,
The other half is meaningless:
Comefortable lines.
Waiting for the clock to heal us.
Lost and found,
But never touched.
Another beating heart is lost:
Interesting lies.
Waiting for the clock to heal us.

Alone in our rooms,
Miserable,
A tornado or an owl,
Come back and isolate the balance.
Nothing is real;
Your heart on your sleeve,
Just another lie,
Transcend the pride,
Oh the chemicals.

Half of what I say is bliss,
The other half is meaningless:
Comefortable lines.
Waiting for the clock to heal us.
Lost and found,
But never touched.
Another beating heart is lost:
Interesting lies.
Waiting for the clock to heal us.

Take your time,
Nothingness is something and
something is nothing.

Take your time,
Nothingness is something and
something is nothing
and nothing is nothing.

Half of what I say is bliss,
The other half is meaningless:
Comefortable lines.
Waiting for the clock to heal us.
Lost and found,
But never touched.
Another beating heart is lost:
Interesting lies.
Waiting for the clock to heal us.


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    General CommentOMFG I get first comment. This song is one of my favorites from the album. "Half of what i say is bliss the other half is meaningless" and "nothingness is something and something is nothing" those are some priceless lines. I just dont hear clock to heal us but what ever
    X.XJohnnysdeadon November 12, 2007   Link

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