"MOOR" as written by and Andy Williams Steve Micciche....
Pay no mind to the stranger in the 4 a.m.
He's not the one we know and he knows
I slept through the war you waged with him for a little bit
Until he cracked your bones and you had to let go
So I make believe I've discovered peace
But I'll skin the man alive and sell the meat
I'll wait in the dirt where he left your blood
If he returns for it I can make it right for good
Oh how I wish he would
Lost you in the overflowing fog that's been here awhile
So I plan to keep watch as long as the wolves are out
They're always around and more violent than hell
I have eyes of every color now and they're vigilant
It doesn't matter who knocks
You don't let them in

There are terrible men
I'm one so I should know
Heaven smiles on me now and then
But the devil always had hooks in
All I want is his head
And this horrible fucking world will be wonderful again
There is so much beauty and love
And when I eat his beating heart I can bring it back to us
All I want is his head
And this horrible fucking world will be wonderful again
There is so much beauty and love
And when I eat his beating heart I can bring it back to us
There's nothing that I couldn't do except cover you when the slings of arrows came
And I've never been the same


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    General Comment"Something very unfortunate happened to someone I love very much while I was away from home. It left me feeling angrier and more helpless than I have ever felt, and yet the person who it happened to completely transcended the experience. I tried to follow suit and learn to forgive but I could not. I still cannot. This song is about the karma and the undeniable human desire to seek revenge."

    -Keith Buckley
    JoeyGoBoomon August 10, 2014   Link

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