"And Sorrow" as written by Steven Edward Robinson, Mark Kenneth Williamson and Colin Jeffrey Robinson....
If I want the moment, the moment has gone
The Father that made me has left me alone
I try to remember, I try to repair
And give me the moment, the moment we shared

Why was he taken and why did he leave?
But Father you gave me all that I need
The children of silence, we have to be heard
We try to hold onto the moments we shared

If I want the moment, the moment has gone
The Father that made me has left me alone
I try to remember, I try to repair
And give me the moment, the moment we shared

We find a way to make it out
And sorrow left behind somehow

Remember you in every way
The smile you had and what you said
A satellite, a thousand hands
If only I could find you here again


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    General CommentI reckon this song is about losing his Father, for the obvious reason with the lyric stating 'The Father that made me has left me alone' and how he wishes that he could have him back in his life as someone to look up to and learn from.

    However, I don't think his Father has passed away, but he has left him and possibly his Mother to live for theirselves, a common thing in today's society. This supports the whole theme of the album of how messed up the world is today.

    A great number on the album. Fits in perfectly and really makes you think.
    MichaelHutcheonon September 25, 2009   Link

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