"Washer" as written by and David Pajo Brian Mc Mahan....
Goodnight my love
Remember me as you fall to sleep
Fill your pockets with the dust and the memories
rises from the shoes on my feet

I won't be back here
Though we may meet again

I know it's dark outside
Don't be afraid
Every time I ever cried for fear
It was just a mistake that I made
Wash yourself in your tears
And build your church
On the strength of your faith

Listen to me
Don't let go
Don't let this desperate moonlight leave me
With your empty pillow
Promise me the sun will rise again

I too am tired now
Embracing thoughts of tonight's dreamless sleep
My head is empty
My toes are warm
I am safe from harm

Lyrics submitted by a thousand leaks, edited by cosmicsea

"Washer" as written by Brian Scott Mcmahan Christopher Todd Brashear

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    General Commenti think it's more. 'what's the point in even existing if i can't exist with you...' kind of thing. so, it's basically suicidal. in the nihilistic form of it i guess. even if that would count as nihilistic. i'm just so in love with his voice. and the very first verse. the 'fill your pockets with the dust of the memories that rises from the shoes on my feet'. ahhh, the amounts of love.
    metalhearton October 05, 2002   Link

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