I must admit, I've lived in ignorant bliss for so long and loved every minute. But I've
recently been rudely awakened by reality. With no call or knock, just barged in and I
demanded it stop, but skipped the foreplay and had its way with me.

Cause we're all so far from home. Reaping more than we have sewn. And we wont be let back
in, We're banished from eden.

I wasn't released, asked politely to leave or escorted with doors held open, but rather
thrown out and black listed for eternity. Well you can count on me dropping names, I'm
desperate, please return me to sweet oblivion.

Cause we're all so far from home. Reaping more than we have sewn. And we wont be let back in.
We're banished from eden.

Only time could heal these wounds. Only time could heal these wounds.
Even when I tried I couldn't leave, you held the key but I was never a prisoner. You knew
when the time came I'd know, and you'd let me go, but embrace me one last time right before
the fall of man.

Now we're all so far from home. Maybe further than we know. And we wont be let back in,
we're banished from eden. We're all so far from home, more deserving than we know.


Lyrics submitted by Davidless

Sweet Oblivion song meanings
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