"Knuckle Too Far" as written by and James Patrick Glennie Lawrence Gott....
Slow down, my brother, your life is passing fast
Will you remember all these scenes that you've passed
So long, so long

Speeding past sunset, blurring from town to town
Faces I forget, hotels all look the same
Worn down the knuckle too far
So long, so long

Lost are your colors, now life's in black and white
Steals from a movie, this life's a trick of the light
Worn down the knuckle too far
Worn down

City of strangers, you seem so tired to me
Don't think I'll stay here, you don't seem friendly
I'll keep on moving, searching for peace of mind
Rivers unwinding maybe I'll find it this time
So long, so long
So long

Live from my suitcase, my life's within my hands
Sleep in a strange bed, hometown's a foreign land
Down, the knuckle too far



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"Knuckle Too Far" as written by Lawrence Gott James Glennie

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    My OpinionFor some reason, the lyrics remind me of the life of the narrator in Fight Club before he meets Tyler Durden. Constant travel and work without the stability of a home is wearing him down. The music is rather slow and hypnotic, almost monotonous, except the little guitar flourishes.
    SkipWhiteon December 13, 2011   Link

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