"Fields Of Regret" as written by and A. Cooper....
Forever I'll enjoy you undertaking
Come to see you every day now if I can
Is it not the time for everybody?
I still wake on the fields of regret

There is something to this dream we're all involved in
Can I see it, can I say it may exist
Why then don't the night show really matters
If we dwell in the fields of regret

What horror must invade the mind
When the approaching judge shall find
What sinful deeds from all mankind

With death and nature in surprise
Behold the wretched sinners rise
To meet the judge's searching eyes

And when the doomed no more can flee
From the flames of misery
Assist me while I die

Wander through those ever thoughts though if imagined
But come down on it's so easy to resist
Rest me, hide my years upon the planet.
Sound another, no part over, won't forget
When we laugh at the fields of regret.


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"Fields of Regret" as written by Neal Smith Michael Bruce

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    General CommentThis song was/is the most sincere of all Alice songs. The deepest heaviest and most moving song I ever experienced.

    One can hear the long suffering of years of fear. The true-est testament self doubt.
    RJSoftwareon July 24, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is one of the only good songs on "Pretties For You". One time I was listening to this going through a car wash, and that back-and-forth sound in the middle of the song went along with the things cleaning the car.
    SMUSER17506205on April 07, 2012   Link
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    General CommentIt's the only song on the album that gives a glimpse of what was to come from the band.
    detuneon June 13, 2012   Link

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