It's on the one
And now the numbers spill out
Into space and into you

Well I'm here
I'm at your door now
Chillin outside for you

You were looking like you needed something
like you never been so unsure
You were squirming like an unnamed child
And laying on a pile of dirty clothes
So tired

Well I cried I didn't know what to say
Look at your room
Look what you've done
I know things have been hard
But you've gone too far

All a this
All a this
All a this
Don't matter now
All a this
All a this
Don't matter now

You'll see what it's about
Time waits for no one
Yea
You'll see what it's about
Time waits for no one
You'll see what i'm about
I wait for no one


Lyrics submitted by LalaMusique, edited by logicandlove

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    General CommentI added these lyrics of which I constructed based off of listening to the song a few times; I apologize if any of it is incorrect. (The first line is likely to be faulty).

    I believe this song is referring to a person dating someone who has a serious drug problem and the person is deciding to leave the addict. The relationship needs to end because the person has reached a breaking point with addict's behaviors and sees the person as pathetic. He/She is not going to wait for the other person to get their life together just as time doesn't wait for anyone as well.
    LalaMusiqueon February 13, 2009   Link
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    General CommentFacing New York is a strong newcomer in the way of progressive rock. Great songwriting and excellent instrumentals.
    LalaMusiqueon February 13, 2009   Link

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