Here is your home, and all of your friends
Your dreams, your whole life
Stretched to its end
To never be sullen, never be sad
Powder of rust in the palm of your hand

I'm bringing up the past
To put it all to rest
Spirits taking off through the holes in my chest
A statue of sirens sinks at high tide
Singing all admissions for me now

And all this because
I lost my mind when it mattered the most
And all this becomes
A weight in your heart that you carry alone

Everybody's taken on a mission of faith
Crumbling earth that you carry away
Messages relayed between the heart and the brain
Quietly, all leaving from me now

And all this because
I lost my mind when it mattered the most
And all this becomes
A weight in your chest that you carry alone

And all this becomes
The end of a war that I battled alone


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Statue of Sirens song meanings
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    General CommentHow does this song have no comments? It's a beautiful song. I got the feeling that it's about a breakup where the singer felt the relationship was one sided, but I was biased when I was thinking it.
    beebeebrianaon September 13, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI think this about something about the absurdity of existence itself.
    urwellkeenon December 16, 2013   Link
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    General CommentPlentiful lyrics which mean nothing.that I understand. It's more fundamental than I suppose. Like a reflection of existence and the conundrum of being self aware.
    urwellkeenon December 16, 2013   Link

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