"Transpose" as written by and Christopher Michael Bowman Ray Libby....
Sleepless nights aren't new to me
All these thoughts are killing me
Someone come and put me to ease
All of my anxiety, there's no cause that I can see
What's this scratching out my brain!

And I can't stop even if I wanted to
Up top, maybe I'm simply deluded
That's right, maybe I've been wasting my time
All my time
And it's hard to justify what you can do
I'm so sick and tired of falling through
And it's true, maybe I've been wasting my time
All this time, yeh

Come creeping, no one can hear you now
Listen so you can show me how
Something that I'm missing here
Softly, stab my evil dreams
Faster, help me fall asleep
No one knows, that's how it goes
All the thoughts that we transpose

And I can't stop even if I wanted to
Up top, maybe I'm simply deluded
That's right, maybe I've been wasting my time
All my time
And it's hard to justify what you can do
I'm so sick and tired of falling through
And it's true, maybe I've been wasting my time
All this time, yeh

And I can't stop even if I wanted to
Up top, maybe I'm simply deluded
That's right, maybe I've been wasting my time
All my time
And it's hard to justify what you can do
I'm so sick and tired of falling through
And it's true, maybe I've been wasting my time
All this time

From time to time, we fall in line
But now it seems that we are blind
No one knows, that's how it goes
All the thoughts that we transpose


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"Transpose" as written by Gavin Austin Bennett Christopher Michael Bowman

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    My InterpretationThis song to me is a failing relationship that keeps him up at night. He can't stop thinking, maybe I've been wasting my time, being 'simply diluted'- just trying to believe it will work out, but yet he can't stop thinking about it because when we get into relationships, we develop feelings that don't just go away. 'Softly, stab my evil dreams, Faster, help me fall asleep' is his struggle to let her go, his evil dreams that he can work it out but he wants them 'stabbed' because he knows that are false hopes, he wants to stop dreaming. "From time to time we fall in line" -sometimes the relationship seems to be working, "But now it seems that we are blind" but now it occurs to him that they aren't meant for each other.
    bnreploon July 26, 2016   Link

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