"Everbound" as written by and Michael Ieradi David Journeaux....
Hear me out, intimacy
Let your warmth envelop me
Closeness, oh sweet luxury
I'll praise you vehemently
On long nights, the feeling grows so strong
But still stronger my resolve that all I need is her word
Nothing can shake this
For twin hearts, inherently kindred
Know all despair will be resolved at companion's side
Please comfort, remain a while
There's no calm comparable
To the mirrored energy
Your presence has gifted me
On long nights, the feeling grows so strong
But still stronger, my resolve that all I need is her word
Nothing can shake this
For twin hearts, inherently kindred
Know all despair will be resolved at companion's side
Trust, dear friend, I know you're always me
Giving strength in the absence of proximity
I know your convictions lend themselves when I have
Nothing else to believe in
On long nights, the feeling grows so strong
But still stronger, my resolve that all I need is her word
Nothing can shake this
For twin hearts, inherently kindred
All despair will be dissolved
All despair will be dissolved


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"Everbound" as written by Michael Ieradi David Journeaux

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    My InterpretationThis song is about the feeling one gets from being physically separated from a loved one. The verses set up the choruses by showing us the feelings we have when being physically with a loved one. For example:

    "Hear me out, intimacy;
    Let your warmth envelop me."
    "Please, comfort, remain a while;"

    The chorus is the person struggling with being away from said loved one. Their need for intimacy can spur unfaithful emotions, but the other person's word is enough to strengthen their resolve. The perspective of this dedication can be from the view of either of the lovers, as they dedicate themselves to one another.

    During the bridge, the person realizes that though they are not physically close, their resolve and conviction that may make them even closer than they would ever be. The first couple choruses end with the line, "Know all despair will be resolved at companion's side." However, after the bridge, the final chorus states, "All despair will be dissolved." No longer do they need proximity to get rid of their waning belief.
    r3n3gad3on May 25, 2014   Link

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