"Waiting for November" as written by Bradley Fafara, John Boecklin, Jeffrey Kendrick, Jonathan Miller and Michael Spreitzer....
A pain by any other name, is death before it's time is due
You survived and made it through
Still inside the loss is buried deep
With what you went through at the funeral
Don't know how you pushed on, buried your creator

Took good care, such kind care

You look so beautiful at your funeral
Laid out and dressed your best, as your daughter put you to rest
You have such faith in life, can't tell you how many times
You've given me my backbone

Took good care, such kind care

You look so beautiful at your funeral
Laid out and dressed your best, as your daughter put you to rest

You look so beautiful at your funeral
Laid out and dressed your best, as your daughter put you to rest

Waiting for November, trying to make you smile
A birthday shared by two, Scorpio child

You look so beautiful at your funeral, laid out and dressed your best
As your daughter put you to rest
You look so beautiful at your funeral, laid out and dressed your best
As your daughter put you to rest

To rest!
So rest!
So rest!

Buried in a far away place
Buried in a far away place
Buried in a far away place


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"Waiting for November" as written by Jeffrey Kendrick Bradley James Fafara

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    General CommentThis song is about Dez's wifes mother dying.

    Straight from his mouth in the Revolver interview.
    DeathMetalDemonon July 16, 2009   Link
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    General CommentReminds me of when my father died thinking of my mother sends chills all through me everytime i listen to it
    ausmetalfanon June 30, 2010   Link

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