last thing i saw this winding road goes through that valley ahead. this day what fear. i'm already dead. what shock to find i'm free. cut loose from the binds i invented for me. this now. i claim. in love. insane. kicked down thank you. i would have been so lost without your pain. "your lies are too much for you" he says "twisting tree this wind world" eyes blinded


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    this song has amazing lyrics

    theberlinprojecton June 14, 2002   Link
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    say what you feel?? this songs i believe... allows me to feel

    the get up kidon June 19, 2002   Link
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    completely .... complete...

    shmoodieon July 28, 2002   Link
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    Wow. Nice song.

    XDelirium-TriggerXon August 26, 2002   Link
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    so good. what a great band. simple but amazing lyrics.

    maybeilllcatchfireon April 08, 2003   Link
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    holy cow...

    tieyourshoeson June 05, 2003   Link
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    holy cow...

    tieyourshoeson June 05, 2003   Link
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    incredible lyrics, incredible song, incredible band...

    Saint Longinuson May 13, 2004   Link
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    i thought this song, and album, were mediocore the first time i heard them. than i listened to it a couple more times and it grew to be one of my favorite appleseed albums. i love the transition from the first song and the end, very powerful.

    DarkerShadeofWinteron October 02, 2004   Link
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    this song is one of my faves...the vocals are really good and the song is so heavy

    foreverdoomedon January 31, 2007   Link

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