"Of The Room" as written by Dino Campanella, Gavin Hayes, Mark Engles and Drew Roulette....
White cloth, black napkins, wood chairs, surround me,
Wood tables, foggy signs, in front with no lies.

Night falls beneath candle light

Cast shadows, incense fragrance,
From the corner of the room,
Cloudy senses, stale light below, beneath

Night falls beneath candle light,
White squalls beneath winter skies,

Night falls beneath winter skies,
White squalls beneath winter skies,

A faceless crowd of elderly beings,
Roses sprouting, yellow glow,
With sound conscience into the night, beneath

Night falls beneath candle light,
White squalls beneath winter skies


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"Of the Room" as written by Drew Roulette Dino Campanella

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    General CommentDredg creates an image in this song but figure what is going on in the "room."
    Tristax!on January 13, 2002   Link
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    General CommentDredg creates an image in this song but I can't figure what is going on in the "room."
    Tristax!on January 13, 2002   Link
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    General CommentSo describtive..god i love the instruments in this song...it totally reminds me of a time and place...and i love when song can bring back a time or place in my life:)
    crispybumblebeeon January 27, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song, when listened to on headphones with your eyes closed, is absolutely phenominal. I do believe it is painting a picture though. Exactly what about? Who really knows? Maybe it's of a situation or an occurance in the writers life. It also seems peculiar "wood chairs surround me", what was this caused by? As well as "faceless crowd, surrounds me", not only is that the most pondering line of the entire piece, but also the most image causing. The joy of music, perhaps it's best left to the listener to decide? The instrumentation is beautiful, along with the lyrics. Great song.
    rockstar042081on March 05, 2002   Link
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    General Commentall is true. to me, it's a sence of a distant fulfilment. one outside your reach, yet there. u can't grasp it, yet u have it... that's just for me. quite the growth from leitmotif, and especially from orph.
    remembermykeon April 10, 2002   Link
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    General Commentall is true. to me, it's a sence of a distant fulfilment. one outside your reach, yet there. u can't grasp it, yet u have it... that's just for me. quite the growth from leitmotif, and especially from orph.
    remembermykeon April 10, 2002   Link
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    General Commentall is true. to me, it's a sence of a distant fulfilment. one outside your reach, yet there. u can't grasp it, yet u have it... that's just for me. quite the growth from leitmotif, and especially from orph.
    remembermykeon April 10, 2002   Link
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    General Commentit can totally be a metaphor for things in life, but its not exactly coming to me that way. i think of it as a picture as well.

    remembermyke i happen to disagree a little. i LOVE this song to death, but lietmotif got to me much more than their new work does. their guitars were more capitvating and their sound just brought me in more, but their lyrics i believe have improved, you're right.
    Jondude11on April 23, 2002   Link
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    General Commentjust to be different the song, to me, is about having nature and things that came from nature (i.e. wood tables and chairs) and as for the faceless crowd i belive refers to how the general population is very narrow minded
    pfalz75on June 29, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe new album just blows... every single other rock band off the map except for Tool and Radiohead. This song makes me think of a concert in a little club but i dont know now
    Tristax!on July 03, 2002   Link

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