I"m mortified,
I'm mortally antagonized
The door is locked
The shades are down the lights are off
My movements are minimal
My sounds are inaudible

I'm dull and void, these razor thoughts are paranoid
I"m a footnote in your sentence
I'm a last name in an index

Scavenger savior, don't forget, to never remember, you haven't laughed, in such a long time

My toungue is tied
so tight it's left me petrified
I stay up late
stumble home at a pathetic pace
It is a time thief
It sings in late sleeps swollen screams are salivating apathy
Bottle klinking belmont neon
A city sea of sinking freedom

It's right as rain
one salty kiss
Stays forever in your fingertips

Lyrics submitted by finchguy

Right As Rain Part 2 song meanings
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    General Commentthis song rocks. like lawrence arms. represent for chicago.
    emoJustinon August 28, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song doesn't seem like it has as much energy as a lot of their other songs, but i really like it anyway. the lyrics fit really well with the song, and how awesome "i'm a footnote in your sentence"? these guys rock in concert, check them out if you can.
    needingpoisonon September 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentWhoah..."swollen screams are salviating apathy" That is so poetic...it's almost like a poem than a song.
    AliceInVelveton September 29, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe first song I ever heard from them... a typical, mellow chris-song. The imaginery and poetry in this song beats most of the other songs on this album...
    Jerkyon November 17, 2004   Link
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    General CommentA very good song, especially since it continues from where "The corpes of our emotions" leaves off.
    (The guys wants his gf/lover to leave since he's really a loser and she could do a lot better than him, and they both know it. So now with this song, she's gone and what does he have left?)
    Josion February 02, 2005   Link

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