Agony and withdraw disrupt my wellbeing
A voice flooded by the piercing and the sounds of distant lands
Silence is my heart
I carry out my cross

While the son suffers away
The clouds reveal the chariots of Venus
Restrictions of time and space retile
While her bright eyes burn through my exploding heart

And I can see I'm in heaven
With her flesh in my arms
Easy the undeniable
The misery of my lack of truth
With the truth of love

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Supriya Lyrics as written by Conor Oberst Oberst

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    General Comment

    "her bright eyes burn through my exploding heart" I love that line....its beautiful.

    evenrobotscryon May 18, 2004   Link
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    no one commented on this song yet??? ah...IT'S GENIUS

    heresyourletteron March 30, 2003   Link
  • 0
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    I adore the introduction to this with the tv and the man singing "hush little baby.. " with the guitar over it. God this song is breath-taking.

    atarisemokidon April 21, 2003   Link
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    it says in the liner notes of "a collection of songs written and recorded 1995-1997" that Conor's "friend Scott" wrote the lyrics for this song...just some helpful info.

    CountMyCrowson May 29, 2004   Link
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    I Agree with Astrisemokid, the beginning to this song is amazing. I love this song a lot. But I will say it took me a few times listens to like it.

    cold_feverson June 06, 2006   Link
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    General Comment

    her bright eyes burn through my exploding heart The same line is in patient hope in the new snow

    LaughAtTheEndingon January 04, 2007   Link
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    supriya is an indian name and the name of two indian actresses.

    i don't think that means anything.

    blueoftheskyon May 26, 2007   Link

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