I've got a catacomb with fur covered styrofoam
So come over now and sleep
Time isn't here again
Wasted thoughts that could've been
Now we can devise our plan

Daylight
Daylight
Daylight won't find us here

I've catacomb with flags that flew fifty years ago
Let sleep overcome your mind
God isn't safe again molests trees and chops down men
So we must revise our plan


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    One of the best outros I have heard thus far. As soon as those lyrics end, that guitar takes care of the rest. Excellent song.

    FaaipDeOaidon August 04, 2006   Link
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    This exelent song about wanting to die. i love the line "GOD ISN'T SAFE AGAIN MOLESTS TREES AND CHOPS DOWN MEN"

    ScatScaton January 22, 2005   Link
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    I stumbled upon a review for this album bout a week ago. Could only find a couple of songs throughout the week to download. Friday I decided to pull back something and move on from something that you could not even begin to fathom whats been like. After I pulled back I was able to find and download the entire record in a span of like 10 minutes or less. Now I know I have a gaurdian A.N.G.E.L. for this is the #1 record of my lifetime. You can just tell by the cover it means business. Anyway this song here reminds me of pulling back and moving on.

    EazyTon October 10, 2010   Link

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