"Storm To Pass" as written by Porter Marc Mcknight, Brandon Saller, Ektor Alex Varkatzas, Travis Miguel and Daniel Dan Jacobs....
Razor wire,
Give backs for things we've done.
After thoughts,
Of past storms weathered before.

Oh no! Oh no!
I watch the clouds roll in,
Oh no! Oh no!
It's happening again.

I'll be,
Watching, waiting,
Tremble, shaking.
Will the storm pass over us today?
Will lightning strike our sins away?

Watching, waiting,
Fallen, shaking.
Will the storm pass over us today?
Or is our future looking grey?

Aftermath,
Much worse than it was before.
Battle scars,
Some are seen and some are not.

Oh no! Oh no!
I watch the clouds roll in,
Oh no! Oh no!
It's happening again.

I'll be,
Watching, waiting,
Tremble, shaking.
Will the storm pass over us today?
Will lightning strike our sins away?

Watching, waiting,
Fallen, shaking.
Will the storm pass over us today?
Or is our future looking grey.

You can't hide from the dark.
Well I never thought it'd turn out this way, yeah.
You can't hide from the dark.

Watching, waiting,
Tremble, shaking.
Will the storm pass over us today?
Will lightning strike our sins away?

Watching, waiting,
Fallen, shaking.
Will the storm pass over us today?
Or is our future looking grey?

Hey, Hey!


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"Storm to Pass" as written by Porter Marc Mcknight Daniel Dan Jacobs

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    General CommentThis song is pretty good, i wouldnt mind hearing some simalrity throughout the rest of cd.
    great chorus, brandons still got it!
    dam i cant wait to hear the new cd, hearing this song and Stop! Before It's Too Late... makes me so anxious to hear this cd!!!!
    although this song sounds a lil like lead sails, it has the better qualitys that cd had, cause some aspects of atreyus last cd wasnt all so bad. But still another lead sails paper anchor is the last thing i want haha

    i say they combine this song and Stop! Before It's Too Late and we get a classic atreyu song hahah
    im guessing the meaning is about a horrible problem that you must face because it wont pass you by although you would just sit and wait for it to disappear. or a problem that all you could do is hope for it to pass you by.
    i think 'the storm' in this song symbolizes problems

    all together pretty good song, im still like Stop! better though
    jotti11on September 22, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThese are the Actual Lyrics

    Razor wire
    Gift wraps the things we’ve done
    Afterthoughts
    Of past storms weathered before

    Oh, no! Oh, no!
    I watch the clouds roll in
    Oh, no! Oh, no!
    It’s happening again

    I’ll be watching, waiting
    Dreadful, shaking
    Will the storm pass over us today?
    Will lighting strike our sins away?
    Watching
    Waiting
    Falling
    Shaking
    Will the storm pass over us today?
    Or is the future looking grey?

    Aftermath
    Much worse then it was before
    Battle scars
    Some are seen and some are not

    You can’t hide from thunder
    And I never thought
    We’d turn out this way
    You can’t hide from thunder
    xAtreyuxon October 13, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentUgh this song sounds just like every other song off LSPA. It's too alternative, not hardcore enough like the Atreyu that got me hooked, like The Curse. I hate when they do that thing with the chorus where it sounds like a crowd is singing. Alex and Brandon have amazing voices, but that just makes it sound cheap.
    JoeyOvenstoneon October 18, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentUgh! Lyrics sound so lame.The band seems to have deteriorated a lot.
    nagstar89on November 29, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI like it.

    Not a diehard fan, though.

    Band would be so much better if Brandon were on lead vocals, imo.
    KILLADELFIAon February 13, 2010   Link
  • -1
    General CommentGAY

    hate it.
    ChaDMcBaDDon November 02, 2009   Link

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