A new army in the yard with all their discarded hearts
You dare to redefine a subtle line to refine a design
Her cauldron of oil boils under the soil a serpent coils
To ensure it's planning to strike at everything it likes or for that matter dislikes

It displays its level of distaste across its face - you he wants to erase
"And you know he will do so," ticks the time, until it shows
And I have no idea why they are them
And I have no idea why they are them

It's buried in the sands of Egypt the way they killed them that's the way that they'll kill us I know
I hear the code so openly spoken like all 206 of my brittle bones are being broken
It's blatant/obtrusive yeah it's oh so prolific in the unseen hieroglyphics it's horrific
Seeps in and out like winter man-made smooth wood will eventually splinter

A new army in the yard and all the barricades they plan to bombard
You dare to redesign a hill's incline climbing a slippery vine
Her layers of surface shake, wiggling into place, their tension displaced
No pain in scratching an itch, but when the tickle's gone

A smoke plume begins to blume... my eyes are shocked and raising up towards the sky. I don't know why, but we're all going to die


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    General CommentThis song is so immense, it starts naive but towards the chorus it engulfs you with it's menacing yet warming(if that makes any sense) atmosphere..
    krTog1on September 10, 2013   Link

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