Soon time for a cleaning day
Onward rode the van
Swept in by discolored waste
Sickness crept on the hall
And the death of me
Almost as we burn and play
Ants just don't belong
In this place you call your own

Searching for a favorite flower
Narrow with the hall
Swept in by discolored waste
Almost as we burn and play
Ants just don't belong
In this place you call your own
Danger's taller trees
Don't look so good to me
They won't grow again
Led to final peace
And this diluted stream
They don't break for them


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    Song MeaningIt's about a job Pat had at a center for troubled kids.
    strangebeaston August 11, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI've always heard "seaching for a fatal flaw" I think it makes more sense and rhymes with "hall" in the next line.
    karlssonon October 11, 2011   Link
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    General Comment*searching
    karlssonon October 11, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI hear "Dangerous fallen trees..." which would make since since "They won't grow again." Love this song, I like the idea that it's about Pat's old job.
    Tremoloon February 10, 2012   Link

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