"Annexation of Puerto Rico" as written by Joe Brown and Dan Arnold....
Sounding off in revelations
The end is far past near
Falling fast through a concrete passage
Down, down, down

These questions will
My question will
These questions will
My question, "will I find her?"

That kiss so sweet, sweet, sweet
That body lies so gently down

As heaven weeps without her
Now heaven weeps without her
As heaven weeps without her now

Do what this beggar pleads and bury me, bury me
Do what this beggar pleads
Do what this beggar pleads and bury me, bury me
So she's the one and I'll search forever

Latch onto the souls of these cliffs
Ask the damned to lend a hand
That body lies so gently down

As heaven weeps without her
Now heaven weeps without her
As heaven weeps without her now

Do what this beggar pleads and bury me, bury me
Do what this beggar pleads
Do what this beggar pleads and bury me, bury me
She's the one so I'll search forever

As heaven weeps without her now
As heaven weeps without her now
As heaven weeps without her
As heaven weeps without her now
Salvation returns as I'm coming undone

Unlock your heart love
And please remind yourself
That breathings not the same
Since I take in air for you
And I'm pulling fucking through

Do what this beggar pleads and bury me, bury me
Do what this beggar pleads
Do what this beggar pleads and bury me, bury me
So she's the one and I'll search forever


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    General CommentI'm getting the feeling that this song is about not being able to let go of someone, or not come to terms with a loss... and im the first comment :D like three years after this has been out.
    mechatanneron August 05, 2010   Link

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