[Section A]
Omit myself (take myself from your eyes)
Omit myself (take myself from your eyes)
Omit myself (take myself from your eyes)
Omit myself (take myself from your eyes)

Omit myself as a favour for God (all my rights are everyone's enemy)
Suffer fate 'cause it's the only lift you've got (all my rights are everyone's enemy)
Dedicating all of before to now (all my rights are everyone's enemy)
Emphasizing these things you wont allow

[Repeat A]

[Section B]
Never now we need the other (centralize the force of rot)
In your life I'll take my cover (echoing what is not)
Never now we need the other (centralize the force of rot)
In your life we take our cover (echoing what is not)

Going nowhere (take myself from your eyes)
Going nowhere (take myself from your eyes)

Going nowhere's the only clear shot (all my rights are everyone's enemy)
At being somewhere the fates think you're not (all my rights are everyone's enemy)
Somewhere's whole to divide any way you want (all my rights are everyone's enemy)
Faking now faking who you are

[Section C]
Never now we need the other (centralize the force of rot)
In your life I'll take my cover (echoing what is not)
Never now we need the other (centralize the force of rot)
In your life we'll take our cover (echoing what is not)

Never now I need the other (and if you're suffering a lot)
In your life we'll take our cover (try being someone you're not)
Never now I need the other (and if you're suffering a lot)
In your life I'll take our cover (try being someone you're not)



Lyrics submitted by ANTWANmyMAN, edited by PJonny, JucaOPastor

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    General CommentThis is really such a great song.
    I think John is saying that you have to accept who you are and what your fate is.
    "Going nowhere's the only clear shor, at being somewhere the fates think you're not."
    You can only avoid fate by not doing anything.

    I think at the beginning, when he says "Omit myself (take myself from your eyes) Omit myself as a favor to God" it almost sounds like, "No one wants me, not even God, so I might as well get rid of myself."

    And then by the end, it is like a revelation of how important fate really is. This song is amazing, I love the chord progession.
    x0oRHCPo0xon July 05, 2008   Link

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