"Morning On Earth" as written by and Daniel Gildenloew....
For as long as I can remember I have wanted to
Silence every beating heart; every sound of breathing
Now there is something inside of me that aches as I hear you
Breathing here when you sleep between these morning sheets

I am the tears in your mouth
I am the weight on your shoulder
I am the scream that wants out
And my heart just couldn't grow colder
Now this rusty heart is my gift
This fallen love is my gift

Morning arrives on an Earth I've never seen before
Revealing a life that I never really understood
Strange, the way beauty can hurt the unopened eye
Much more than all of the filth and pain
That we're soaked in ever could

I am the tears in your mouth
I am the weight on your shoulder
I am the scream that wants out
And my heart just couldn't grow colder

Hear this voice, see this man standing before you
I'm just a child trapped inside the body of a man

A relation, so oddly old - bred not to love
Suffers the beaten grounds of Idioglossia
We talk but we do not speak
Together only in our incapability to leave this fallen playground
We rule this Empire merely with these few crippled toys
Rust in our faces
This is what we can share
this is all we can lose
Still
Furiously we will linger to it with our lives
Cling to its rust and pains
Barefoot and torn
Bred not but born to love

Hear this voice, see this man standing before you
I'm just a child trapped inside this fallen man
See this child


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"Morning on Earth" as written by Daniel Gildenloew

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    General CommentMy god, the guitar reminds me of Buckethead; the atmosphere reminds me of Porcupine Tree.
    Anilandon June 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI know this song ties into the concept, but I think it clearly has to deal with a man who had become cold and bitter (first two lines) and experiences a new "morning on earth" when he falls in love with this woman (She?). Being full of negativity, though, has become such a part of him that he's having trouble letting go and "breaking this crust" to find the inner child within him. Thst's why apart of him aches when he's with her ("Strange, the way beauty can hurt the unopened eye
    Much more than all of the filth and pain
    That we're soaked in ever could") He feels like a burden on her shoulders until the end, where ultimately he has a revelation that He was "born to love" and could leave his past behind him.
    Aghoraphobicon February 21, 2009   Link
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    General CommentBeautiful song, can't believe no one ever posted a comment yet (then again everyone says that on the first comment) Im not really sure what this is about but I think it fits into a whole concept of all of The Perfect Element
    The Hollow Soulon July 08, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song directly follows Ashes, after "he" and "she" have gotten together. It's stirred new feelings in 'he'. Maybe there's feelings of regret; that this was wrong. Maybe 'he' feels they were too young for this?
    o210non February 02, 2008   Link

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