"Lamentation" as written by and Leah G./marlette Andreone....
Oh God we're here
And goodbye chokes on my tears
While your exit seems so effortless
So mean, you don't fool me
When the morning wakes you'll grab for me
But the plane took me away
Are you scared of what you'll see
Do they mean more than me
Trying to try
Trying to give you all your lines
Trying to walk away without a move
Trying to catch your eyes

So they fall down
Out of reach out of sight
Are you scared of what you'll see
Are you scared of me
Immersed in love's encounter
The heavens merge with hell
My arms release my body
Your arms hold what I held
Finally I know you'll take me
Finally I know you fell
I climb into your body
Climb into my own cell
Don't turn the lights on
Don't turn the lights on

What's on your mind tonight
Don't think too much you'll go blind
Make it easy find a beast in me
Now I'm not your type
And I'll fly solo into my loner love
While you walk and play it safe
Aren't you scared I'll leave
Do they mean more than me


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"Lamentation" as written by Leah Andreone Bob Marlette

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    General CommentThis song is about a secret relationship, secret from the rest of the world and secret to both of the people in it. The two lovers are obviously romantic, but they both care too much about their outward appearances to enjoy the other's presence, "While your exit seems so effortless
    So mean, you don't fool me". Each person loves the other deeper, but they are insecure and cannot read how the other feels. Its as if the couple is trying to prove to other people that there is nothing between these two, when in fact, they are in love. The beautiful love making interlude is interrupted by turning the lights on, which she dreads because the secret will be revealed. The final stanzas represents a pessemistic ending, where the boy leaves the girl probably due to insecurity in how she feels about him. He leaves because he cares more about his appearances more than her again. Communication problems...
    Flashman92on January 02, 2010   Link

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