"Cassandra" as written by and Patrick Damphier Jacob Rolleston....
I could see myself living in the ocean with nothing new to say
I've got a grievance with devotion no matter where I sleep
I could see myself happy in my old age with no one around to save
and no one above my grave
Every day I spin the globe and think of life somewhere else
This is a necessary evil that I found in myself
I could see myself cursing at the ocean with nothing new to say
I've got a grievance with commotion no matter how loud i scream
I could see myself happy in my old age with no one around to save
There's no one above my grave
Every day I spin the globe and think of life somewhere else
This is a necessary evil that I found in myself
The sound of school bells ringing makes its way into my head
Even when I find a place that suits me fine
Every day I spin the globe and think of life somewhere else
This is a necessary evil that I found in myself


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    General Comment"Every day I spin the globe and think of life somewhere else" I love that line. To me this song is basically saying that no matter where he is he wants to move. He's better off alone. No one above his grave. Great song.
    L0RYon September 05, 2008   Link
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    General Commentevery day i think of life somewhere else, too.
    but then i realize that no matter where i am, i probably still wouldn't be happy. that it's not the city, it's me. and i can't escape that..
    :\
    charcoalsketchon June 28, 2011   Link

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