"Fire And Whispers" as written by and Christopher Corner....
Do you wanna be the animal to take me apart
Break my patience, corrupt my sacred art?
Do you promise to be with me if I beg and I crawl
In my darkest mood, through the private wars?
Will you stay even when the drugs have gone?
For it won't be long before I tumble
Turning into the anxious clown
That just just won't come down

In fire, in whispers
I would die for a million years
I promise to be your rock star
But then promises don't mean anything anymore

In the summer of 2005 was the correcting
Of excuses of our need to win
To ourselves we lied we could be the new beginning
Digging up treasures, taking the time to love
And to live and to sin and you stayed
Even when the drugs were gone
So I sing this song
To you on our island
Of never-ending poetry
It's just just you and me

In fire, in whispers
I would die for a million years
I promise to be your rock star
But then rock stars don't mean anything anymore


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"Fire and Whispers" as written by Christopher Corner

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    Lyric Correction"turn into the actors crown" should be "turn into the anxious clown" I think
    ImAvampireon March 20, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI think Chris is asking for someone to stick around and love him during his worst and in return he'll be your idol/rock star. It reminds me of Bowie's plea in Labryinth. "Love me, fear me, do as I say and I will be your slave".
    peptasticon May 25, 2011   Link
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    TranslationSounds like Ainchious crown.
    Also:
    'In the summer of plenty, fathers and correcting' Sounds more like:
    "In the stumble of twenty five was the correct aim"
    Moixaon November 16, 2013   Link

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