"I Can See Houses" as written by and Greg Thomas Edwards Ken Andrews....
There is no way to turn away
The feeling dies, the reflex stays
We've got a space outside of time
Where no one's no one, and no one's mine

You're going to forget who you were
And learn to become who you are

Fever's fever, hallucinate
Teeth just like powder, tongue detonates
Sleeper's sleeper, you got the sack
It's time that your ghost comes tumbling back

It's one more way to mark your time
The rush of air, the lack of mind
Join the cogs minus love
Abyss with trance falls from above

You're going to forget who you were
And learn to become who you are

Fever's fever accelerates
The wave of submission that marks your fate
Sleeper's sleeper, your paperback
Is crumpled with dreams and what you lack

You're going to forget who you were
And learn to become who you are


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"I Can See Houses" as written by Ken Andrews Greg Thomas Edwards

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    My InterpretationI think this about accepting death. He's in a plane and about to crash and just accepting it. "Let it go"
    bigAlexon July 30, 2015   Link
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    General CommentJust the other day I asked Ken about it and he said it was about a flight out of the Philippines in Manila. About 40 minutes in a part of the wing came apart and the pilot probably could have continued the flight but due to safety requirements they had to turn around. He said they were lucky whatever came off/apart didn't spread out and do more damage. I guess the passenger next to that wing though had a heart attack and died.
    Coma323on October 12, 2015   Link

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