A megaphone to apologize to you,
For something I didn’t plan to do.
Are you content with the composition,
Of the compost heap of ancient gods.

You were someone I’d like to say was,
An angel but if only I could see you ascend from above me.
But there is just nothing.
I don’t know my apology,
Is nothing that means anything.
So move on with you,
Only with you.

To swear to not leave,
The Midwest is strangling me.
I’d rather see you run,
And fall as long as it’s free!
You are free!


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Megaphone/Compost Pt. 2 song meanings
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    TranslationFirst of I did like to say I'm flattered someone posted several of the lyrics it means at least someone is enjoying them.

    This song and it's counterpart are based of failing relationships and not wanting to let the person go hence the "move on with you and only with you" lines. Even though the songs are something of an apology for leaving. The last verse of this part are directed to my daughter. As a parent I'd rather see her live her life and be happy with every ounce of her life no matter what. But you can also take it as something of a if your happier away from where you were. I don't know.

    Also on the demo version there's a verse that you left out.

    "I guess I should have apologized,
    Just makes it harder to carry on.
    I thought you were someone
    Id like to say was everything
    ...Someone that means nothing

    Move on with you
    And only with you
    I don't know my time was something
    That meant anything"
    Theicarussecreton February 23, 2011   Link

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