I see it says Pitchstone Plateau
Before I had a chance to shut the door
Helena you held no lies
Stolen from my youthful eyes
Captured in your fleeting past
Time is lost and I’m gassed
Air is thin you’re very light
I saw young girls there
In your arms and in a dream
And when I woke I heard you scream
You said: “Where’s this? What kind of place
Is dying in the human race?”
I fell down on the sidewalk then
Got up to drive away again

Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

Helena song meanings
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    My InterpretationSpecific names of people and places always make lyrics more interesting, regardless of what they mean. Inspired by a personal relationship with a woman and how he has to once again 'drive away' from the whole tiresome experience. Based on a particular memory, I concur.
    chrismellotronon March 13, 2012   Link

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