secrets of.
curtains love.
blinds.
a hideaway.
long hand falls.
the moment slows down.
and nothing moves.
count the seconds passage.
lies concealed your hands.
wear this moment's wretched.
finery.
this moment's words this moment's words fade away.
the silence says the silence says more.
the secrets fall.
you shout out lies by just standing there.
a face of smile.
i could not see you.
only my reflection


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Moment #72 Lyrics as written by Christopher Crisci Aaron Pillar

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    ok again i don't know what he's talking about... I guess it's about a person he loves and that person's just like him. I love this song. I love appleseed cast!

    darrocknrollon April 19, 2003   Link
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    this song makes me cry.

    memilyon April 20, 2003   Link
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    i COUDN'T EVER FIND THE WORDS TO DESCRIBE WHAT THIS SONG MEANS TO ME.

    and the title is beautiful.

    Ohh god this song.....

    MusicsNum1FANon June 19, 2003   Link
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    General Comment

    i think this song is about selfishness and greed because of one's decisions or to a greater extent of that. i too think the title is beautiful, its like putting a bar code on a kind of emotion, which i guess this song could also mean.

    DarkerShadeofWinteron October 02, 2004   Link
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    The meaning seems pretty straightforward though I don't pretend to know the singer's intent or whether it describes a specific incident or person.

    When I listen to it, it feels just like the awkwardness of meeting someone, especially on a blind date. You're nervous, fidgety, and you don't want to reveal too much, especially the baggage you carry. An uncomfortable silence feels like an eternity. You learn more from a person in that moment than from the white lies they tell. Their secrets are exposed, but they stand there smiling trying to maintain the facade. But he doesn't see that, he feels empathy instead.

    shon114351on August 07, 2015   Link
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    Jeez, the sax really lets this song down. It just makes it sound cheesy, instead of what it should have been - majestic.

    xdvron July 14, 2006   Link

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