"Bring On The Comets" as written by Mark Guidry, Mark Palgy and Craig Pfunder....
Suddenly, we were left
Without the worry of tomorrow
And comets fell from the sky
I took your breath, you took my sorrow

You walked sad in a dream
But count your days, boy, they are fading
You set a fire in my heart
One chance in a lifetime was worth the waiting

Let us go easy as we watch them hit the ground
When the light is gone, the memory of nothings left to sound
Memories, sweet whispers are all that we'll have left
So fall into these arms tonight and share this one last breath

Bring on the comets
Bring on the comets
Bring on the comets
Bring on, bring on
Bring on, bring on

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"Bring on the Comets" as written by Mark Guidry Craig Pfunder


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    General CommentWell shitfire, I can't believe there's no comments on this, but I'm not too sure what this song means. I do know that youtube has a beautiful acoustic version of this song. It's damn amazing.
    Capn Brandoon January 28, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIn August and November is always a lot of comets...so have you ever been outside in the dark? it's amazing...you forget about everything, it's just you and those stars... And wishes,of course :)
    That is really nice when you are with someone you like, it's romantic...

    I think it's about guy who has a memory of some girl and maybe they used to watch stars, now he is alone and he is watching it all alone...

    so, Bring on the comets
    Saomyon August 25, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti guess i interpret this literally? end of the world? like a crappy rom-com movie.

    "one chance in a lifetime was worth the waiting..."
    reginaldcranmeron July 31, 2012   Link

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