"Release" as written by Thomas Michael Smith, Christopher Dominic Urbanowicz, Russell Leetch and Edward Owen Lay....
Seeing is believing but I don't want to know
Walk on through the wasteland I just can't let go
Face down I just break down when I see you cry all the time
Hold on please behind those grey and lonely eyes
Hold on to me unforgotten by time
Tempt fate release reality is dawning escape
Someone now is screaming as the flames fly high
Think now that we're lost here and we don't know why
Face down I just break down when I see you cry all the time
Hold on please behind those grey and lonely eyes
Hold on release unforgotten by time
Tempt fate release reality is dawning escape
Our spirit is awakening
Hold on please and somewhere in the hurricane
Hold on to me hope is waiting
Tempt fate {crying in the distance} release escape
And calling out your name


Lyrics submitted by sana

"Release" as written by Vincent Cavanagh Daniel Cavanagh

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    General Commentanother unbelievable song about love. these guys are the best band ever!!!!!!!!!
    i_hanged_myselfon November 24, 2004   Link
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    General Commentsuch a beautiful song! one of my favorites of theirs. i think maybe he's trying to "hold on" to a relationship that seems doomed, and even though it's a "wasteland" he "just can't let go". and to "tempt fate" is to go against what really should be. so he feels that even though it's fate to not be together he's willing to try and "hold on". "somewhere in the hurricane hope is waiting" i feel he's saying that the relationship ended up like a "hurricane" but he's willing to give it a second go and "release" the past as a way of forgiveness. i know theres much deeper tones as well and i might be completely wrong lol but this is a little of what i get from it...
    litoneon February 26, 2009   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionI think this one as the others songs on A fine day to exit album were writing by Danny and Vincent Cavanagh
    My interpretation is:
    This one is the moment after the pressure.. a moment of calm.. someone help the main character of the album
    Luarton November 26, 2011   Link

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