Relent to your useless devices
Retreat, your last line of defense
Regress to the hollow relationships
That shield you from yourself

Relent to your fortress of skin
Retreat, anything to distract
Regress to your hands
As they cover your eyes
But you can't help
But peek through the cracks

Cold, hard dread swelling into parallels
To everything you ever
Said you'd repel
Once with a glimpse now
Second your guess it's
Tough to admit and
Admit and admit that

Your fate's still undecided

Relent, to the terror
That distances you
Retreat, to the habitual grins
Regress to the deception,
Quiet and tame
Once was transformed,
Now exactly the same
Remember when you nearly
Plunged into embrace?
But instead you've chosen
To keep it all at bay

Return to yourself

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"Subject to Change" as written by Andrew Schwab Alexander Albert

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    General CommentWhat I think he means by "once was transformed now exactly the same" is one person was an individual but was turned into everyone else by some sort of religion. I know, I have this problem with friends trying to convert me.
    5letterwordon February 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOr, not some sort of religion, maybe christiananity. I'm not completely sure.
    5letterwordon February 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI would have to disagree. I think this song is about a person who was a Christian and later that person went back to how he/she was before becoming a Christian hence the lines:"Your fate's still undecided Return, Return, Return" and "Remember when you nearly plunged into embrace? But instead you've chosen to keep it all at bay"
    latinorockeron February 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think Latin rocker has it spot on at the beginning it also talks about this "person" going back to their life before they were a christian
    TheHumanFace_Divineon October 10, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think the key word is "nearly", so it might not be someone who /is/ a Christian. If it was someone who was a Christian, would it say "your fate's still undecided"? Unless perhaps that person is just about to fall away from Christ?
    edward94on October 30, 2008   Link
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    General Commentyou've got it, latinorocker. i love project 86's ability to blend excellent(!!!!) lyrics with heavy
    and sometimes creepy music. andrew schwab's voice is a great creep-you-out, get-you-in-the-mood,
    passionate-for-music voice. take chimes for example, or any other song! spooky!
    yeerk86on January 27, 2009   Link

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