farther leads to you
sink and whine
livid cries
I'm still in line
lose me
I cling to this
I know it's on you
it's around
this time I will be calm
see it in time
as far as I know
you will be with me
as I whine


Lyrics submitted by Mint Floss, edited by virtuallypainless

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    Unbelievably gorgeous.

    hoorayforhumanson September 11, 2002   Link
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    this song is absolutely amazing. denali is way underappreciated.

    littlexpinkxstarson May 06, 2004   Link
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    her voice on this song is nothing short of haunting....like something a ghost would sing to her former lover when she is haunting him in his sleep...or something considerably less lame sounding than that, haha

    Johnnyfender43on December 15, 2004   Link
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    Yeah, why did they have to break? Gotta bo one of the most amazing undiscovered bands ever... her voice is orgasmic. If I die n come back to haunt somone, Im gunna play this song.

    Iowa $evenon April 03, 2006   Link
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    The band is back TOGETHER! Go to there myspace and check it out

    Dotsonaon November 07, 2008   Link
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    listening to this song, it pisses me that off that they broke up.

    because its so effing beautiful!

    rockisgroovyon April 03, 2006   Link
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    I read somewhere on myspace that they broke up because of it becoming all about business instead of music. Maura had another band called Ambulette and they broke up too.

    sex_and_claireon August 23, 2007   Link
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    beautiful beautiful beautiful... i love them so much

    to me, it almost sounds like the subject of the song had been with her previously but left her because she was too dramatic... and she sounds like she's determined to get him back, almost like she is obsessed... kind of reminds me of the movie swimfan

    invaderDeviLinon February 17, 2011   Link

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