Stones of thought the sleaper awakes
Gone but a chioce which path will i take
No longer my prison my key to the past
I'll mention your sorrow now love will ever last

Love will ever last

Your voice on a thought now is your blood
A chance for new life
Now so close in your eye
The same lies now renders my thought
You belted me silly, now bathe in my snot!

Stones of thought the sleaper awakes
Gone but a choice which path will i take
No longer my prison my key to the past
I'll mention your sorrow now love will ever last

Love will ever last


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    Tell me if this is right or not...i got these lyrics from another site so im not positive if they are all right....this song is off of their first demo tape closet cultivation!! Does anyone even have it?

    blairstheoryon November 13, 2004   Link
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    The same lies the moonshine now renders my thought ...you forgot "the moonshine"

    i have a demo of closet ivation and it's pretty awesome...the sound quality isn't the greatest but the music is quality Incubus!

    i really can't make sense of the specific message in this song but it's pretty vindictive. maybe he used to be suffocated by a controlling friend that he finally broke up wtih and now the new adjustment is very different. "gone but a choice which path will i take"

    dmomo2on November 18, 2004   Link
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    I've yet to hear of this tape! Where might one find such a...finding? in an old british accent

    butters227on December 22, 2004   Link
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    i got this demo. and i think that they actually recorded "let me tell ya'bout root beer" before this in 1991? the tape's got "pillow your eyes" and "speak free" which they recorded on fungus amongus

    and u can down load the songs from this site...

    incubus-online-view.com/iframe/songindex.php

    maximusson January 02, 2005   Link
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    hey, correct me if i'm wrong...but i think this is the song where jose circled around the drum set and knocked it over during a break in the song...

    pbechon August 31, 2007   Link
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    No this is not the song that they were playing when jose knocked the drum set over... that song its call "Love Sick" and it was the first song that they wrote as a band. =D

    jess24on May 21, 2009   Link

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