"Pacific Theatre" as written by Shaun Abbott, Ross Bradbury Harley, Adam Hiles, William Justin Lockey and Paul John Mullen....
Get out of the city
For all your problems I've got mine
This life isn't pretty
I'm still on the assembly line

With my sabre tooth smile
Sabre tooth smile

With my sabre tooth smile
Sabre tooth smile

Why should I speak to you?
I shake your hand, you'll shake my fist
Sabre tooth smile
Sabre tooth smile
How will you bond this rift?

Try and make it up to me
I'll enjoy your sympathy
Ten thousand ways to comfort me
I'll never accept this apology

From the greatest skies we'll fall from
Landing on your sympathetic tongue

Try and make it up to me
I'll enjoy your sympathy
Ten thousand ways to comfort me
I'll never accept this apology

It's over to you
It's over to you
It's over to you
It's over to you


Lyrics submitted by nehemiah553

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    General CommentSomeone has apologized. The singer is also at fault but seems to be wanting the other person to not only apologize but to do everything to repair a rift and therefore is not wanting true peace. It is a controlling song. The singer wants the person to be backed into a corner because of things the singer is doing to the person and he enjoys watching the person grovel? I dunno but that is what I am getting out of it. The balance of power seems a bit skewed.
    Arachidamiaon March 31, 2010   Link

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