"Failure's Conquest" as written by and James Robert/malone Malone....
Your lowering breath reeks of penance,
With blinded eyes and severed tongue.
Your foulest words greet the knowledge,
With Denial's only son.

We are the ones who've chosen silence,
Whose blinded eyes can see the truth.
We are the ones who've chosen silence,
On hopeless winds of stolen grief.

The conquest of failure was in the heart of you,
By the eyes of winter, denial was renewed.

The conquest of failure was in the heart of you,
By the eyes of winter, denial was renewed.

This is failure's conquest!
This is failure's conquest!
This is failure's conquest!

Your lowering breath reeks of penance,
With blinded eyes and severed tongue.
Your foulest words greet the knowledge,
With Denial's only son.

Your grief came with the frailest words,
Your severed tongue ever spoke.
The aura of mourn that once dwelled,
Now wears the madness mark!

We are the ones who've chosen silence,
Whose blinded eyes can see the truth.
We are the ones who've chosen silence,
On hopeless winds of stolen grief.

The conquest of failure was in the heart of you,
By the eyes of winter, denial was renewed.


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"Failure's Conquest" as written by James Robert Malone

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    General CommentOMG!!! No comments on this!!! Whatta track...again, the opening and Oh Dear God the closing of this track....Brilliant...The way they made that one riff unique to the album...Close to what NIN did in 'Down the Spiral' or 'Further Down the Spiral' (can't remember which one)...


    ANd if you listen to this track and then start on 'We are the Nightmare' immediately after, you're in for the most well spent 9 minutes and 28 seconds of your life...
    CaNn1b4LCoRpS3on October 10, 2010   Link

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