"Walking For Two Hours" as written by Andrew James Macfarlane, James Graham, Mark Gerard Devine and Craig Orzel....
Why do they come when you're always raining?
Why can't they make a sound?
And seeing the other ones fall back down
Because you're so far from home and you're wailing

Why do they come when you're always raining?
And why can't they make a sound?
And seeing the other ones fall back down
Because you're so far from home and you're wailing
You're so far from home and you're wailing

And watched it grow in a small dark corner
And why can't they make a sound?
And watching the other ones fall back down
And I've watched you go cold and there's no tears left

And why do they come when the light stops raining?
And where have the colors gone?
And wiping their way across and now it's all gone
Because you're so far from home and you're wailing




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"Walking for Two Hours" as written by Craig Orzel Andrew James Macfarlane

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    General Commentwhen this begins, it's unclear why they're far from home, the song speaks of "they", who come when he's sad and at his lowest, quietly without him knowing. Maybe it's sickness, or depression or grief.. I think it's left to interpretation.

    then you find out there's been a death

    "and i've watched you grow cold, and there's no tears left"

    and then you see why they're far from home and why they're in tears

    and suddenly everything's grey and unexplainable

    "And why do they come when the light stops raining?
    And where have the colors gone?"

    The questions in the song are not something that has any real meaning or can be answered, however there is one answer they keep repeating. It's because "you're so far from home".

    devestating.

    warmerclimeson April 10, 2011   Link

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