"Miscellanea" as written by and Johnson Ryan Hasek Jesse....
I set the mood that tingles in you
You’ve got the womb I love to intrude
Well disguise the blushing bride
Apple of my eye
Inviting virus you amuse, so make your move

Running faster
You’re on your own

Clue by clue, odds are aiming at you
Can you take the tune when your fate is in bloom?
Sleight of hand has made a mess
Letters laid to rest
Screaming sirens sing the blues
We play to lose

Running faster
You’re on your own
Chasing the dragon

We made our saving grace Christ to sell
When there’s hell to pay, who gets the bell?
Now you’re in limbo, searching for a loophole
But you gave up the ghost long ago
You gave up the ghost long ago

Running faster
You’re on your own
Chasing the dragon

Shadows in sheep’s clothes
Lead us to the gallows
But you gave up the ghost long ago
(I’d rather sink than swim)
You gave up the ghost long ago
(I’d rather sink than swim)
Gave up the ghost long ago


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"Miscellanea" as written by Jesse Hasek Brian Vodinh

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    General CommentI'm surprised no one has commented on this song yet. It's hauntingly beautiful and discordant but in a good way.

    The meaning is left up to anyone's interpretation, I'm sure 10 different people will have 10 different ideas of the meaning. Personally I hear this and think he is talking about how with age one becomes somewhat jaded with life's experiences. We are always running, always searching for that next thing to re-inspire the hope and awe that we had in our younger years. But we ultimately know its a losing battle as we have all compromised the ideals of our youth in the reality of a harsh world. Nothing seems to fill the void so we settle for less than what we want.
    Hawkichickon July 28, 2015   Link

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