"God Is Dead (Meet The Kids)" as written by Will Drummond, Nicholas James Wilson, Declan Xavier Melia and Matthew Vincent O'gorman....
And God is dead so meet the kids now; they're on stage for you
Download them all sick and pale and used
And every night's exaggerated, but that's nothing new
These neon lights could never shine through you
But underneath our conversation - an unspoken truth
That if you wait for me, I'll wait for you

And underneath our conversation - an unspoken truth
If you wait for me, I'll wait for you
Underneath our conversation - an unspoken truth
If you wait for me, I'll wait for you

So meet me underneath the station and I'll wait for you
These cardboard towns are all we ever knew
No one's around, the streets are quiet now - a familiar tune
We'll complain that there's nothing much to do

And every night will be
No one but you and me
I can't say, but still it shows
I don't want you to go
To go, to go, to go

And underneath our conversation - an unspoken truth
If you wait for me I'll wait for you
And if you wait for me I'll wait for
If you wait for me I'll wait for
If you wait for me I'll wait for you
I'll wait for you


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    General CommentI think its actually "Download them all sick and pale and used"

    Love this song, no idea what it means though.
    minimegooseyon December 15, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI can't wait till these guys get heaps famous, I love this song <3
    Can't stop listening to it
    It's kinda like two city kids in love or something I think,
    It's sweet.
    ashie__xon April 06, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI guess it's kind of about finding love in this sort of apethetic post-modern society, or maybe not all society but certain parts of it. But underneath it, they're just humans and it doesn't really matter that they've lost and life seems confusing and shitty because they have each other to keep it real.
    Katy45on May 19, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthis is a really sweet song, it has a beautifully understated climax.

    i wish i knew what it meant. it does sound like a love song.
    jkk19on September 30, 2009   Link

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