"TearJerk" as written by and Kevin Finlayson Kyle Bishop....

I fear the fear that stalks me an irritant which dwells and thrives upon the threshold that defines all meaning and I wait I fear the fear I that haunts me I fear the undefined my non-existence I fear it the abduction of my understanding I'm just a servant to the endurance of death I'm not dispensable but I cannot escape natures laws I'm not dispensable I'm afraid I need a reason to compensate I'm a captive of affliction.

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"Tearjerk" as written by Kevin Finlayson Greg Taylor


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    General CommentThere are a bunch of things I love about this band and all of them are encapsulated in this song - the title, the lyrics, the singing, the screaming, the intro, the syncopation ... It`s not actually my favourite Grade song but it`s one you can really get into and feel it. If you like the screaming, try 'The Part You Left Out' by Planes Mistaken for Stars. The meaning? I think it speaks for itself.
    TheAlmightyMagzon June 13, 2002   Link

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