"Black Hole" as written by Jonathan Still, Brian Anthony Flores, John C. Jr. Hunter and Jonathan A. Slott....
I've been digging this grave, but now that it`s made
I see that black is one hell of a color
Want to break out so I start to shout
But the mortician`s returned to his parlor

Black hole
Wrapped in my shroud upstairs, the music`s so loud
That I can`t concentrate on my sorrow
Let down my hair and find something to wear
And then dance myself into tomorrow

Black hole
I`m in a hole here and all I can see
Are these grey walls that are closing in on me
Throw me a ladder, lend me an arm
Beam me up Scotty, lift me from harm

Oh why, why deep holes?
Oh I love my holes
Black hole

If the weather would change these clouds might blow away
And my body'd be wrapped up in sunshine
I want out of this wind that is wearing me thin
Blasting my flesh to the marrow

Why deep holes?
Why deep holes?
Black hole

Lyrics submitted by MaskOfSanity

"Black Hole" as written by John C. Jr. Hunter Brian Anthony Flores

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    General CommentThis song's about depression, digging one's self into a hole emotionally and choosing to cling to the negative feelings... A state many people find themselves in; finding it easier to cling to the depression despite how much they may complain about their 'misfortunes'. I tend to avoid such people myself nowadays.

    Great song anyway and a powerful closer for the Stutter album, love the way the song seems mellow throughout then suddenly builds up into yelping mania at the end. This song was also used as the foundation for the Inspiral Carpets song "This is How it Feels"; if you listen carefully it's possible to sing the chorus of this song along with some of the instrumental breaks in the Inspirals' tune.
    MaskOfSanityon February 12, 2007   Link

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