"A Beautiful Goodbye" as written by Jordan Stribling, Mark Evan Maxwell and Joshua Stotts....
I've got the perfect plan
To save us while we can
The end is drawing near
My dear, don't fear now

I'll spread the karosine
You drop the match and flee
We'll be the last to burn
Right here, together

When it's time to sleep
Buried six feet deep and the weight of the world is through I wanna know you'll be rotting next to me
In a casket that's built for two
Forever undead with you

The flames come sweeping in
And rest upon our skin
Goodbye you sick, dark world
Yeah we'll incinerate the hurt

When it's time to sleep
Buried six feet deep and the weight of the world is through I wanna know you'll be rotting next to me
In a casket that's built for two
Forever undead with you

Death sings to me, it sings to me
A melody sings our hearts to sleep
I kiss you once and smile
Wipe the tears from your eyes
Oh dear god, what a beautiful goodbye

When it's time to sleep
Buried six feet deep and the weight of the world is through I wanna know you'll be rotting next to me
In a casket that's built for two
Forever undead with you
[x2]

Forever undead with you
[x2]


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    General CommentPretty sure that it's correct. Pretty much copied and pasted it from their Myspace and edited it a little bit. Let me know if there's anything I missed.
    Nomercybuddyon November 25, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti love this the most. these are the kinds of lyrics that i really adore.
    warjuon April 21, 2010   Link
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    General Commentas i listen to it, i think this is about how he express death and love will never matter in the end. coz he's sure that he will love this girl endlessly, sweet!
    warjuon April 21, 2010   Link

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