I'm testament to old and new
there's a thin red river running through
and my eyes are like this golden gates
holding testament to each love we face
even born again

The world over the world begun
let us prostitute our mouths for fun
be easy with your words and truth
if I'm lost with God I'm lost with you
I'm even born again

The rain had come to make it new
to clear our minds from all the dew
the sky was watercolor thin
and our mouths were open wide
I'm even born again

Pink and orange and blue and white
I remember what the sky looked like
I remember how your face looked too
that was perfection
even born again

We're all orphans
I think our hearts just feed
and when death (dies to us?)
it becomes this deed
and I would gladly die for you
selfishly but willingly
I'm even born again

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    General CommentI think the lyrics should be:

    the sky was watercolor *thin*

    and this verse is tricky, but it sounds like

    We're all orphans
    I think our hearts just feed
    and when death *dies to us
    it* becomes this deed
    arienette12on October 17, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI listened to the song, and I think it does say "death dies to us" at the end.

    I like this song. I feel as though it's religious, especially with references to the bible and god. I'm not religious, so I can't really pick it apart.

    Maybe it's pretty straightforward. It could be about being a born again Christian, or a renewed life with god. Even so, we're all victims and guilty of our sins.
    melmelxmelodyon June 02, 2010   Link

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