"Higher Than Reason" as written by and Nigel Powell Andy Yorke....
The shrine is located
In the front room of the house
For some unknown reason
It's been neglected for too long

You claim it's not a problem
But i take it all so hard
So when is it a problem
If you push it all so far

Higher than reason
Higher than reason
There's nowhere
Higher than reason

Higher than reason
There's nowhere
My soul is defended by the will to stay alive
For some unknown reason

I can't keep that will for long
It all needs rebuilding
And my hands are scratched and scarred
So when is it a problem

If I take it all so hard
Higher than reason
Higher than reason there's nowhere
Higher than reason there's no reason,

There's nowhere
Higher than reason
Higher than reason there's nowhere
If you lived here in my place

Would you eat off my plates
Or throw it aside and curse your ugly face

Higher than reason
Higher than reason there' s nowhere
Higher than reason
Higher than reason there's nowhere
Higher than reason
Higher than reason there's nowhere


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"Higher Than Reason" as written by Jason Moulster Andy Yorke

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    General Commentthe best song of the truth we can't believe in...

    get the album, it's still a secret garden...
    amusiqaon February 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentBeautiful song; for me it is about the irrational--the metaphor is religion but it is probably about any heightened emotional state that is beyond the perview of reason such as romantic love.
    jvwon March 25, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti hate the fact that andy is thom's brother. the band are so amazing in their own right, it makes me wonder if they would have been more or less succesful if the relation was kept a secret.
    Bird Flewon September 04, 2007   Link

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