One more time he says good-night
Turns out the door and off the light
Cursing low as if she didn't know
One more time he'd comfort her
As if a word could break through her
She's so quiet and he's sick of it

Too long, too late this time
Too far, too great in my mind

One more time a run-around
Nothing meant by anyone
Fine with them, such a quite din
Says he wants to leave a while
She just sits and tries to smile
"That's ok, it was boring anyway"

Too long, too late this time
Too far, too great in my mind

Says she needs a worshiper
Someone who'll do anything at all for her
Wishful thinker
He don't need this schizo bull
Each one misses by so far
They don't see it come, but who ever does

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    General CommentSometimes, live, he seems to say "They don't see it coming, but fuck who ever does"

    Anyone else ever notice this?
    Sevaton September 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentActually, this guy has gotten into a relationship he doesn't want anymore. the girl is probably depressed at the best and bipolar to psychotic at the most. Dated a girl like this in college. fun at times, but bad when she was cycling down. I have a patient now who feels if she had someone to complete her a 'worshiper' she would be fine, in an institution as we speak.
    GuitarDocon November 12, 2009   Link

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