"In the Castle" as written by and Andrew James Stockdale....
Would you like to walk into the kingdoms of the sun?
We could walk into the fields to see where it begun,
She could be the answer to your everything,
She could take you anywhere that you have never been.

Staggered along,
Into the crowd,
Could not be define,
She's sitting down,
Beneath the crowd,
Drinking her wine.

And all along,
The answer to everything,
And all along,
It's another way out,
I'm only looking for a way out,
They're only looking for the way out.

Would you like to walk into the kingdoms of the sun?
We could walk into the fields to see where it begun,
She could be the answer to your everything,
She could take you anywhere that you have never been, oh.

Staggered along,
Into the crowd,
Could not define,
She's sitting down,
Beneath the crowd,
Drinking her wine.

And all along,
It's another way out,
And all along,
It's another way out,
They're only looking for the way out,
They're only looking for the way out.

Would you like to go into the kingdoms of the sun?


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"In the Castle" as written by Andrew James Stockdale

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    General CommentIt might be about how he's trapped in his personal hell in his mind, and a woman appears (a psycologist maybe?) taking him to places in his mind he never realized before, and the crowd is all the other patients and as she sits she's getting paid and like most dr.'s she drinks wine. I believe "her wine" is supposed to be "my wine" which could represent he is paying her so that's his money she used to drink that wine. And like it says they are all just trying to find a way out of there minds.
    tukalagullahon March 22, 2010   Link

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