"Unfulfilled" as written by Sergio Vega, Tom Capone, Walter Arthur Schreifels and Alan Cage....
To stand the test of time,
To stand alone.
To be without the glue,
That keeps us glued together.

And feeling so excrementable.
It only goes to show you,
How many ways you don't know you.
When the bad sets in,

I could use some sleep.
Resting, falling,
Falling deeper than deep.
We miss the point to carry on,

We miss the point.
To carry on where.
Things you love but did not get.
And all the times you've been upset by,

Unfulfilled dreams and visions,
And the guilt for your wrong decisions.
It's so hard to pry away.
Pry out from under all the lies,

And distractions of the world,
You've seen what they can do,
But you can't see your way out.
We miss the point to carry on.

All thing fall through.
That how it feels, when you hear the sound of Disappointment.
So unsatisfied,
When the sight's set higher.

Some can't achieve, don't believe,
There is light at the end at all.
There's no light.
Time to reach out for what's real,

It's easy to miss, insist,
That you shouldn't always follow the first thing you feel.


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"Unfulfilled" as written by Sergio Vega Alan Cage

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    General CommentQuicksands SLIP album has so many great songs on it but I think this one might be my favorite. This song is about being in a rut and feeling the like the entire world is against you. The struggle within is a common theme on the entire SLIP album. The hint of perseverance in all the songs is part of what makes them so great. It's funny because the guys from Hot Water Music said Walter is one of the most positive people they've ever met.
    JohnGalt23on April 03, 2013   Link

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