"Without A Sound (Elanore)" as written by and Dustin Kinsey Eric Mccann....
The lawyer can go to hell.
The ink's still wet on our wills.
That's when I told her "It's time to start over."
Now there's a house to sell.

Take this ring of keys, the copies you made for me.
And tell me the truth then tell me you love him.
Maybe the scar won't heal.
I'm just a fool.
You love to be cruel too the gravel under your wheels.

Without a sound I'm hiding out on, hiding under ground.
Elanore I'm hiding out on your back porch.
Without a sound I'm hiding out on, hiding under ground.
Elanore I'm hiding out on your back porch.

As soon as the fog lifts,
As soon as the smoke drifts,
Nearly November then.
And is the sweet pines.
The bells in your windchimes will never be back again.


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    General Commentoh.. thank you. i waited for this so long!
    ChaosIsMeon September 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis is the best song on the new album.
    it think it's about splitting up and one has to move.

    "You love to be cruel too the gravel under your wheels." what does this mean? can anyone tell me? i am german..
    ChaosIsMeon September 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think it's "Your lawyer can go to hell"
    "i'm just the fool you love to be cruel to, gravel under your wheels"
    "your name? in the sweet pines"
    jawsthmswimmingon December 29, 2007   Link

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