the sun slides down your back like the rain. and i can't tell if you're here or gone and i can't tell if you're here or gone, i've changed the station that i was on. you're getting warmer. you're getting warmer and i heard you whisper "you're eyes have all the answers, you're eyes have all the answers". you never tell me anything's wrong. you're eyes have all the answers, you're warmer than before, if you're eyes have all the answers then i'm wrong. the sun slides down your back like the rain. and i can't tell you, and i can't tell you. i heard you whisper, i heard you whisper i was wrong you're getting warmer, you're getting warmer. i heard you whisper "you're getting warmer". you never tell me anything's wrong. you never tell me anything. you're eyes have all the answers. you're warmer than before. you're eyes have all the answers and i'm wrong.


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    Well, I think he's talking to someone who he doesn't have a very good relationship with. They can't communicate very well. The person says "your eyes have all the answers" and " your getting warmer" but he says that to the person too. There aren't too many lines in here that are different.T heres definitely some emotion in this. You know what sucks...these guys broke up. How come all the good bands break up? These guys and Mineral. Gosh.

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