"Vedamalady" as written by and Cedric/rodriguez Bixler....
Here it comes again
Mesh of arms travels up my neck

Morning dawn declares itself
And mirrors stare back at my reflection

When I’m alone, I’m alone at night
I want winter to fall on me

And I’m alone, I’m alone in flight
I am free of equity

Where did I go wrong?
I’ve got a sneaking suspicion that I’m under

A kindred connivance
I’m ripped and in ruins

Here it comes again
Malady of Veda in your ears

Flood the droughts that those...
I can’t stop myself because

When I'm alone, I’m alone at night
I will set my father free

And I’m alone, I’m alone in flight
My mother holds the lock and key

Where did I go wrong?
I’ve got a sneaking suspicion it ain’t over

A kindred connivance
I’m ripped and in ruins

Long way patience to drown
With friends that you won’t save for me

Long way patience to drown
Spin through my spiral, I danced with delay

Long way patience to drown
You call me, I answer and all I can do is obey

Long way patience to drown
I can’t hold my breath for this long

When I’m alone, I’m alone at night
I wanna set my father free

And I’m alone, I’m alone in flight
My mother holds the lock and key

Where did I go wrong?
I’ve got a sneaking suspicion it ain’t over

I won’t let you, I won’t let them
Set me to repeat


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"Vedamalady" as written by Omar Rodriguez Cedric Bixler

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    General CommentThe Vedas are (kind of) the Hindu equivalent of the Bible and a malady is a sickness or disease. There's other references to religion throughout the album, Hinduism specifically on In Absentia with "Desahra" - a Hindu festival. Don't know what any of it means yet though.
    ConjugalBurnson March 13, 2012   Link

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