"Broken Sunday" as written by Paul Allen Crosby, David A. Novotny, Joseph Scott Sappington, Wayne A. Swinny and Bob Marlette....
I looked up at the stars tonight
To see your face and to feel your presence now
I need you here right now
I came from a lonely place
Windows strewn in my darkest hour now
I need you here right now
I need you here
'Cause you won't leave me lonely
'Cause I can't go on
You won't leave me broken
In a world that's not my home

'Cause I'll be gone
Until forever
I'll be home
Goodbye, my broken Sunday

One love and one escape
To another place where the pain and fear fade out
I need you here right now
I need you here 'cause you won't leave me lonely
'Cause I can't go on
You won't leave me broken
In a world that's not my home

'Cause I'll be gone
Until forever
I'll be home until my name is instance
Oh, and we will never be alone
Goodbye, my broken Sunday

You won't leave me lonely
'Cause I can't go on
You won't leave me broken
In a world that's not my home

'Cause I'll be gone
Until forever
I'll be home
Until my name is instance
Oh
And we will never be alone
Goodbye, my broken Sunday


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"Broken Sunday" as written by David A. Novotny Bob Marlette

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    General CommentI can't believe no one has commented on this song yet, it's a great song.
    Desolatoron May 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAye I agree most certainly this song is awesome but I never comment on the meaning of songs because I feel that our experiences change the way we see things and I for one take everything to be about break ups or about being lonely which I think this song is about
    y0bamon May 23, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is awesome, easily the best i've heard from them yet.
    the mongeron May 27, 2007   Link
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    General Commentoh yeah man, This one'e up there with "Bleed for me", "Your Disease", and "Click Click BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM"!
    razed dazedon June 04, 2007   Link
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    General Commentawesome tune.
    mbrooksayon September 03, 2007   Link
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    General CommentFrom an interview with Josey Scott
    "“Broken Sunday” is an absolute song about God."
    not 100% sure what it means exactly but that is the general topic.

    wisemenpromotions.com/interviews/interviews/…
    bradlemmenon December 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWell, if this song is about God, it could be about how God will never leave your side, even in your darkest hour. This is just my opinion so take it or leave it as you wish.
    JAP847on May 21, 2008   Link
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    General CommentActually sounds very much like it's about God. Well from the verse i could tell right away.

    I looked up at the stars tonight,
    To see your face and to feel your presence now,
    I need you here right now,
    I came from a lonely place,
    Windows strewn in my darkest hour now,
    I need you here right now,
    I need you here,

    He's calling out to God for some sort of comfort/help

    Plus, "Broken Sunday." Sunday is when people go to church... Connection?

    Or maybe i'm totally wrong but to me this song is about God as well

    dsDrummer218on December 13, 2008   Link
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    General Commentonly eight comments :( thats kind of sad, such a great song deserves more than eight comments
    kindaman360on March 18, 2009   Link
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    Link(s)found an interview around the time of the album's release:

    Q: "The new single, “Broken Sunday,” what is that song about?"
    A: "It’s about waiting on something to get better. It seems like the world is a lot of times, depending on your view, it seems like the world’s going down the toilet sometimes. It’s a song that asks why. Why are we here and what’s our purpose? What’s gonna happen when all this shit hits the fan? What’s gonna happen to us? It’s a song that hopes for something better. It’s a just a song that hopes for something greater than ourselves to protect us and take us home.



    and here's the link to it

    live-metal.net/…
    tmalone13on August 08, 2012   Link

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