"Mye" as written by and Tony/hinojos Hajjar....
I'll qualify this circumstance,
Broadcast, renew this chance.
Pin hope on this promise.
Graduate to this settled score.
Projects through mansion doors.
Stand up, dust yourself off.
It's troubled now by swelling tide,
Bleached hope and sandstone lies.
You're dazed in the moment.

This time I'll get it right.
You can't defend it, it's predetermined.

You know I'll sit at the bottom space,
Trace lines in the vacant space.
It's all about to change.
Small flat in a smaller town,
Steal hope to pass around.
You're caught up in the memory.

These shores aren't out of reach.

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"Mye" as written by Matthaeus Guenther Miller Jim Ward

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    General CommentThis is one of my favorite songs right now, i recently saw them live and it's so much better live, spata is a great band
    thinkwaitfaston April 10, 2002   Link
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    General CommentKeeping the ATDI spirit alive... we just got the EP in at the radio station, it's great.
    Unarmedon May 10, 2002   Link
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    General Commentsparta definetely have so much rhythm. jim is guitar playing extrodinaire (?). I love this song and also 'air' has so much rhythm as well. long live atd-i. sparta and mars volta rule!!
    onearmedscissoron May 11, 2002   Link
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    General Commentamazing song!!
    Mofoismon May 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentNo idea here? Anyone got a clue? The only thing I can think of is predestination is the belief of sum prodestants that god has planned if you are going to heaven or hell before you are even born. Anyone play off of that?
    yacantfademeon June 07, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is a long shot, but I reckon it could be about Sparta themselves. EG. They got it wrong [well, not in my mind] with ATD-I, but this time, with this new band, they're gonna get it right. That seems fairly obvious to me. I could be wrong.
    Oh yeah, this song is incredible live - it rocks sooooo much.
    Peace Out.
    BeyondAndToAllTimeon June 08, 2002   Link
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    General CommentHoly shit dude, you are very right about starting over again. Totally right im 100% sure. About the new band, could be, I don't actually know the story about what really happened, grand royal folded and then i dunno. But this song could also just be the mold for something to fit into any situation where you start over. Music is always personal to everyone. Damn they are great, ATD-I friggin rocked. Sparta will rock now. Scratch my last post, you convinced me
    yacantfademeon June 11, 2002   Link
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    General CommentYikes, this song is mad ill. I'm gonna miss that raw punk sound, but this makes up for it. I don't know if these guys got any beef or any thing, but the song sounds like their leaving all the stumbling blocks behind (including Omar and Cedric)and continueing to mature.
    yugaquantoon June 16, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti think the entire AUSTERE EP is about starting over fresh and being like "hey, we can play music no matter what band we are in, without any crap pulling us down, we wont screw up". well, thats how i take it. ALSO, i believe, i could be wrong, that Cedric and Jim had several conflict about the whole ATDI thing...like Jim is who called the 6-month rule after they played a show in Germany(?)...then their van crashed...so it was all sort of building up and whatnot. So, to make a point now, I think Jim, Tony and Paul are kinda telling not just Cedric and Omar, but everyone who doubted them "this time i'll get it right". Thats just how i think it is...
    InertiaKissedon July 03, 2002   Link
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    General CommentSparta is fantastic. It is a shame that ATD-I broke up.. but all good things must come to an end sometime. But I have a feeling that Sparta will be around for a long time and make the best out of each moment they have. I personally like Sparta over Mars Volta.
    replacedon July 13, 2002   Link

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