"My Hotel Year (accoustic)" as written by and Kris Roe....
I saw the stars fall from the sky
And watched the tail lights fade away
As the sun began to witness a new day.

I drove five hundred thousand miles
To find a world unlike my own,
And now middle of nowhere seems like my home.

Alone, unknown... Yet fearing nothing but ourselves
Could be scarier than any crowded room.
I'm more alone with you than when I'm by myself.

Another night stuck on the vine,
Another low lit memory
Where time will slowly have it's way with me.

We live our lives to expect the worst
But once it happens what is left?
We will never have to be surprised again.

Just you and me not saying much of anything
Sometimes could mean more than a thousand words
Goodbye, farewell to this fucked up world that was my former self.

We never seem to have the time until we waste it
All gone, goodbye.
Think and think alike, never seemed to have the time
Until one day it's all gone, you've thrown it all away.

I'm glad you were a part of my hotel year.

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"My Hotel Year" as written by Kris Roe


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    General CommentThis song is so amazing. I think it might be about how sometimes you just have to leave and be in the middle of nowhere to know what you want and you realize no matter who you with and where you are, you're always going to feel lonley sometimes. The Ataris are just fukcing great...
    UnluckyEmoKid13on April 27, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song is about me. its about how im faced with my ugly past everyday. more than that. its about being alone...even when your with the people you love. its about crying... its about self-realizations. its about hating those realizations. its about silence... its about hate... its about my life...
    displayingchangeson April 28, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis is such a good song!! THE ATARIS RULE!!
    nachos!!on May 05, 2002   Link
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    General CommentGoodbye, farewell to this fucked up world that was my former self.

    An overlying theme of rejuvenation... I like it.
    regardemylasheskgmon November 06, 2004   Link
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    General CommentYou're all wrong. it was written from inspiration after reading the book "Life After God." Everyone go read that book.
    Claspon August 09, 2006   Link

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