"Fracture" as written by and Jack Steadman....
When the light's out
And all of the fracturing starts
You're just paying
For some action you lost in the dark

You come down, holding tight
To the railing on the side
You stayed up, left to dry
Now you're crumbling

Now your guard's down
And all of your timing has gone
You were patient
Till earth swallowed the last of the sun

You come down, holding tight
To the railing on the side
You stayed up, left to dry
Now you're crumbling

It's not complex
See all of the signs flashing on
You're just paying
For all of the bad you have done


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"Fracture" as written by Jack William Thomas Steadman

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    General Commentto me it's about learning with your mistakes, specially learning to deal with the fact that some consequences are definite.

    when he says "You were patient/'till earth swallowed the last of the sun" it makes me think of a person who's been denying the reality of the choices he/she's made.

    at the end, he lays the plain truth: "It's not complex, see all of the signs flashing on/You're just paying, for all of the bad you have done"

    I just love the way the song stretches...
    giuliadmon October 15, 2011   Link

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