Your words fell
heavy from poison lips.
Whose tips that I,
once kissed.
A long time ago,
before lifes paths filled
with obstacles.

In silence,
we two became one
but not for long
and all because
it made sense
when I was young and stupid

Now all at once am I
grounded by
your memory…

…but memories play tricks on me

Take over now.
Satisfied,
you might as well
stay home.


Lyrics submitted by Gareththomson

Japanese Ultra-violence in D-minor song meanings
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    General CommentNo comments? seriously? This is one of the most beautiful songs ever written. Clearly it's about young love and how you think it's so great until shit hits the fan. And you realize how messed up the whole situation was. Way too relatable at this present moment.
    masonchamberson April 13, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI made an account specifically so I could comment on this. I can relate to this song so much, and masonchambers is right; it's about young love and how great you think it is until everything goes awry. I always wondered the true meaning behind this song... what was he thinking when he wrote this? He says "Now all at once am I grounded by your memory." Do you think his ex made a forceful reentry in his life that prompted him to write this? Just a thought. Great song though.
    erincouchon June 24, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI've been really digging this song lately.
    iamthenightstarson May 11, 2010   Link

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