shattered pieces on the stitches of our underfoot
you're impatient from the prophecies we undertook
our plan to sacrifice this drive
you say goodbye
goodbye

we should wait until they arrive
to open the door on another life

we've been waiting for this all our lives
we should wait until they arrive
i wont be gone

i wont be gone
we've just begun
i wont be gone

do you think about the rubbish and intolerance?
are you sick of shiny sabre-tooth benevolence?
our sights are right between our eyes
we say goodbye

we should wait until they arrive
before we take these pills and end our lives
i wont be gone


Lyrics submitted by vans1170, edited by ssolipsiss

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    General CommentI think the last stanza with the high-pitched voice goes:

    "Do you think about the rubbish and intolerance?
    Are you sick of shiny sabre-tooth [I don't know what the last word is here]?
    Our sights are right between our eyes."
    hillwilliamon December 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI thought it was:
    "Shattered pieces on the kitchen floor underfoot,
    You're impatient of the promises we undertook,
    Our plans would sacrifice this life,
    Would say goodbye"
    And then:
    "Are you sick of shining flavour to benevolence?"
    But I could be wrong. They don't seem to make that much sense either.
    aangeleneon December 27, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti have no idea.
    i just kind of did this by ear.
    vans1170on January 10, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentreligious cult?
    caulton June 24, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentMen do stupid things for women. Including taking handfuls of pills because she took them too and she's too scared to die alone.
    zethonon September 17, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"Are you sick of shiney sabre-tooth malevolence" if you ask me :)
    jjcxon May 13, 2009   Link

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