"Wires" as written by and Timothy Winstall Carey Willetts....
You got wires, goin' in
You got wires, comin' out of your skin
You got tears
Making tracks
I got tears
That are scared of the facts

Running down corridors
Through automatic doors
Got to get to you
Got to see this through
I see hope is here in a plastic box
I've seen Christmas lights reflect in your eyes

You got wires, goin' in
You got wires, comin' out of your skin
There's dry blood on your wrist
Your dry blood on my fingertip

Running down corridors
Through automatic doors
Got to get to you
Got to see this through
First night of your life
Curled up on your own
Looking at you now
You would never know

I see it in your eyes
I see it in your eyes
You'll be alright

I see it in your eyes
I see it in your eyes
You'll be alright
Alright

Running down corridors
Through automatic doors
Got to get to you
Got to see this through
I see hope is here in a plastic box
I've seen Christmas lights reflect in your eyes

Down corridors
Through automatic doors
Got to get to you
Got to see this through
First night of your life
Curled up on your own
Looking at you now
You would never know


Lyrics submitted by sammy_the_piggay

"Wires" as written by Joel Pott Carey Suthon Willetts

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    General CommentI always took the 'first night of your life, curled up on your own' line in the metaphorical sense, a new beginning, a new hope for the future. It invokes that surreal sense after coming out of a surgery or some sort of sickness (or watching a loved one do the same) and getting back to life, knowing that everything will be fine. It is both a depressing and uplifting song. Personally, I love the end part, where it speeds up and gets louder, it creates so much power and further displays the hope that is imminant.
    missa809on August 15, 2008   Link

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