Feeling the glass to tell how cold it's outside the car
Swerving aside from street to sea, I can't see the stars
I can't see the stars

All is cold and all is dark
All is cold and all is dark

No more star crossed tears
He is drawing near

Under the trees from moonlit fears
We circle the start
Moving the leaves to flutter free
It's after the heart

All is cold and all is dark
All is cold and all is dark

No more star crossed tears
He is drawing near

Now salvation sings
Life that Jesus brings

Now reach out to be lost inside
No more star-crossed tears
He is drawing near


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    General Comment'This song is about wondering if the life you live could possibly be more disconnected than assumed, instead of the ripple effect theory of everything happening in a chain of events that eventually leads to a reaction based on a certain action pertaining. In this idea, the hope would not lie in our actions and the actions of others to determine out ultimate fate, but completely and solely on the grace and hope in a higher being; in this case, Jesus.' - Falling Up
    tenshi372on November 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think the general idea of the song is redemption though Christ after a bad experience in life. In the first verse, the car could represent a life that has fallen from ood times into a wreck: "from street to sea." As the person fells around him, he realizes "how cold" the world is, leading to the chourun in which Christ is "drawing near."
    Any ideas about "Star-crossed tears?" I think star-crossed is a state of bliss, which would contrast with tears??
    pinktux777on November 06, 2007   Link

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