"Snakes" as written by and Stolte Bixler....
Always beneath the way, always a watch
It's in the fire beneath as we walk through water
Sound covering now, they said, old wind man
He's coming now but you won't see him out now
Out now

It's way too bright in here
Can't be too light, can't feel our way around
It's way too near, it's way too hot in here
Can't feel our legs beneath
We could just fall to pieces into the air

On the day of all the souls, now we cannot see
We're waiting on a sale, now we cannot please
We're waist down in mayhem
Waist down in mayhem, please

Even when you walk alone, you still cannot see
Even when you stand alone, you still cannot see
A way out, you're sounding out

It's way too bright in here
Can't be too light, can't feel our way around
It's way too near, it's way too hot in here
Can't feel our legs beneath
We could just fall to pieces into the air

And all this time we'll always be
Standing, just standing
In time we'll never know
Why we're standing, we're standing

It's way too bright in here
Can't be too light, can't feel our way around
It's way too near, it's way too hot in here
Can't feel our legs beneath
We could just fall to pieces into the air



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"Snakes" as written by Solon Ben Bixler Rachel Eleanore Stolte

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    My InterpretationA very abstract song - I'd think it's probably about dealing with the fragility discovered in the course of "Fingers", emotional turmoil, and the trials of living life. You can endure, but after a while, you come to question why you're just standing still - if everything weren't confusing, perhaps you could finally move on.
    AntiReverseon July 30, 2015   Link

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