I'll go to pieces if you left me a niece
You can't crucify higher than hell
Well ashes to ashes and making the passes
The potent side of the curb

But I came here covered in soot
From the canopy that breaks on the core made of wood
And as you beholden to me, well I fall

When you wait on the morrow and your legs stay in the burrow
She belies the tallest set of deaths
I can't let you mean it and say you don't need it
'Cause we get lost in the city well

It's not just how you fight when the windows are bright
It's just me all cold soaked in love
It's a lesson incurred that's barely heard
The devil will never mess this vein

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Sybil II song meanings
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    General CommentI've wanted to see the lyrics to this song for a long time, and am glad that i found them. A lot was cleared up. But upon close comparison. The line she belies the tallest set of deaths, is actually "she belies the tallest citadel". That said, i find Sybil II to be a much catchier song than Sybil I.
    DispatchIton September 02, 2011   Link

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