"Cassandra Geminni: Tarantism" as written by and Omar/bixler Rodriguez....
You can't bend your crooked arms
Or fold your punctured proof
The air is growing cold, cold, cold, cold, cold
And there's nothing you can do
Soon there'll be no gauze inside the Confessional
Only rows of crows, defrocking every breath

And one day you'll remember
Behind the melting cones
I said one day you'll remember
Behind the melting cones
You always had a family
In the burial of your home
In the burial of your home

Night forever more
Night forever more
Night forever more
Night forever more
Night forever more

And I'll peel back all of my skin
Peel back, let it all run
Peel back all of my skin
Peel back, let it all run
Peel back all of my skin


Lyrics submitted by last-dodo

Cassandra Geminni: Tarantism song meanings
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    General CommentI can't believe no one's comment on this yet. I LOVE this song. I just love how Cedric sings the, "The air is growing cold, cold, cold, cold, cold, and there's nothing you can do." It kicks so much ass.

    As far as the Miranda/Cassandra Gemini songs go, this isn't my favorite, but I do like it.

    I think it's talking about that though she doesn't know them, she still has a family. I'm not too familiar with the story behind the album, but it seems that her family or certain members of her family are dead, and it seems to have created an endless night in her life.

    TMV kicks ass!
    Harusameon September 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah this song does rock, but I love the one that starts out, "Brick by Brick the night eclipsed"
    Nosamon November 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHarusame, your almost spot on, except that it's only being let on that the main character is an orphan
    orphaeus99on July 07, 2009   Link

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