Bitter thoughts test morals and encourage bitter action, pride comes before fall
think before you speak if you even speak at all, SPEAK AT ALL

ill relinquish your heavy hearts of pain and sorry, healing sutures
an unguarded queen pursues, oblivious of her future

i dont, ido nt expect anything, we are all hpeless, but i stay confident
with willingness to take control, we'll make our time well spent

let it sink in,
every word that i said
LET IT SINK IN,
let in sink in,
every word that you heard me say

conquering anything and everything THROWN AT US
we will not be torn, our hearts will stand, they will stand as one (x2)

WE SILL SOAR! (x3)

my victory in sight, a steady heart will not collide with misfortune, oh the integrity (x2)


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    General CommentIt sounds like it's about sticking together and staying strong. This was the first song I heard my MCMB, and I LOVE it. This song, Versus, and HEADSHOT! give me the chills
    abcharlieeon July 31, 2008   Link
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    My OpinionWHAT?! only 1 comment?! this song pwns.
    sugar_kisson December 23, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti fucking love this song! i can listen to mychildren mybride all day.
    dolledupwords__xon January 21, 2009   Link
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    General Commentif you're going to put lyrics up, atleast know the words and spell them correctly.

    "i'll relinquish your heavy hearts of pain and SORROW"

    but other than the horrible spelling we have here. this song is my favorite of MCMB. i listen to it atleast 1443x a day.
    fucking amazing.
    hannahdr4on January 29, 2009   Link
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    General Commentmy interpratation little by little

    ill relinquish your heavy hearts of pain and sorrow
    -well relinquish means to let go of.
    , healing sutures
    -sutures are the joining edges to a wound
    an unguarded queen pursues, oblivious of her future"
    so usually a queen is not aloud to do anything when the guards are around.
    and oblivious means unknown of whats happening.

    just off that i see its as this person is taking a risk after being hurt by someone by forgiving them and trying again while ecknowledging that somehthing bad could happen again. hence taking the risk.


    chanelcarveeron June 06, 2009   Link
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    General CommentWe sill soar? Fucking seriously? Sill?
    evanconleyon April 25, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationOkay, so here's what I got from the song.
    "Bitter thoughts test morals and encourage bitter action, pride comes before fall think before you speak if you even speak at all, SPEAK AT ALL."
    When you think negatively, you will act negatively and pride always leads to poor actions and a horrible outcome (fall). Think before you speak is pretty much self explanitory.

    "I'll relinquish your heavy hearts of pain and sorryow." When I hear this part, I think of Jesus saying it. He can relinquish your heavy hearts of pain and sorrow.

    "Healing sutures." Suture is the process of joining two edges together by sewing. (thefreedictionary.com/…) The act of healing brings broken pieces together.

    "An unguarded queen pursues, oblivious of her future"
    When Matthew says this, I think he's meaning a queen as in a leader, and who's ever seen a queen unguarded? that means she would be vulnerable to attack. So by An unguarded queen he means us as christians who are unguarded by knowledge of god and gods word. Then we would be vulnerable to attack. And if we are unguarded and vulnerable, we are pursuing "oblivious of [our] future." Meaning you dont know where you'll be tomorrow. We as Christians are always comforted in the fact that we know heaven is where we will eventually end up, so if you are unguarded in god's knowlege and word, you don't know where you'll end up.

    The rest of the song is pretty self explanitory. Hope I was some help.
    Alexisonfire3on April 20, 2012   Link

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