"All Go Down" as written by Jonah Matranga, Chris Robyn, John Gutenberger and Shaun Lopez....
Too much time spent
Thinking of ways to die.
Sticky liquid filters shield our eyes
From the sun
I'll try to be more
Open in my hope for our time
Blur the lines dividing what is ours
And what is mine.
Mother Theresa's been working nights
Say no more, I'm on my way
Gandhi's getting fed up,
He's looking for a fight
Say mo more, I'm on my way
And we all go down
And we all go down again
I swore I'd bring you something sort of mine...
Hands above my head, stealing sunlight from the sky
And I lost myself when you went away
Say no more, I'm on my way
Anyway... 'bye and we all go down
And we all go down again
I will pass on things that I've been shown
You'll see too why I feel so alone in this world
I'll try to be more open with my hope for out time
Blur the lines dividing what is our
And what is mine
Say no more, I'm on my way to the sky


Lyrics submitted by dragonflower44, edited by bof

"All Go Down" as written by John Gutenberger Chris Robyn

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    General CommentI love this song. Often its been the only song in my playlist for hours at a time because i can just keep listening to it over and over again. It's nice to hear how they grew from the version that was on quick to the on that is on the Godmoney sound track. Not quite sure why but the last time i listened to it for hours at a time was when one of my best friends left for the marines and I just knew that things would never be the same. And they haven't been.
    imbroknon January 12, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti love the lines: "I swore id bring you something" all the way through "goodbye goodbye"

    ive ony heard the acoustic version of this. is there a full band version?
    thesunalsoriseson May 13, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI think he is talking about what our duty is in life and what we must take on faith, something like that, either way its an amazing song, and I agree, if i hear it once i have to play it like 10 times in a row, check it out!
    Popper1777on July 22, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti wish i could find the acoustic version of this song :( i love it
    bofon March 06, 2006   Link
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    General Commentone of my favourite songs ever. i only know the acoustic version...if anyone wants to know where to find it ...contact me :)
    choxon October 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love the sigh at the beginning of this song. It's an homage to the sigh at the beginning of Jeff Buckley's Hallelujah.
    hemlock_echoon February 27, 2007   Link

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