"Sever The Voices" as written by and Mike Okubo Brandon Butler....
We all know what lies behind the walls of deceit
These are the thoughts that keep him awake
These are the thoughts that keep him awake

He contemplates his fate
He has to decide
He has to decide what it is he truly wants

An hour of pleasure or two ruined lives?
He has to decide
He can't sever the voices from his mind

This time no trust, this time
What is his choice, not what is his fate
To destroy all that is beautiful in not only his life but hers too?
What is his choice

What is his choice, not what is his fate
To destroy all that is beautiful in not only his life but hers too?

Separate the time and place, he has come to the end (the end)
He holds onto false ideas of what makes a man
He thinks no more about the love of another
He chooses to only satisfy himself
Selfishness is not the word

He has (chosen) but he knows (this is wrong)
And he chooses, and he chooses
He inserts, death for lust. She grieves
He inserts, death for lust. She grieves

He must choose what he wants
He must choose what he wants
She puts her hands around his weak and sweaty neck
He's turned cold blue now
Cold blue now

He's turned cold blue now
He's turned cold blue now

There is blood and there are tears for this occasion
She can't sever the voices from his mind


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"Sever the Voices" as written by Mike Okubo

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    Song MeaningIt's about a man who is confronted with the decision of having sex with his friend who is a married woman. He knows that having the affair would be damaging to both their morals and therefore, their lives but he chooses to sleep with her anyway. In the end, she resents him for making the decision that caused her turmoil in her marriage and her life. She then accuses him and blames him before abandoning him forever.
    jamezman1on April 09, 2015   Link

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