"When Did This Storm Begin? (feat. Binary Finary)" as written by Chad Petree, Jeremy Dawson and Matthew Laws....
I hate you!

(I can't really make out what they're saying,
But I think it's a car accident over the radio or something,
I'll fill this in later)

Call my name
Answer me where I stand

Here's a story of the way I wasn't meant to be raised,
Bright yellow sun that fades away to black and blue every place
There's a bottle in the shape of your love for me

(Now the clouds are racing higher, blinding arrows away.
There's in darkness off the streets that my electricity.)
Gold shatters the sky, this is the first day of the rest of our lives,
Cause no one really lives or dies.

[Chorus]
Call my name
(When did this storm begin?)
Answer me where I stand.
Call my name
(When will this story end?)
Answer me where I stand.

Every night you drink the money left to pay all the bills.
No room for us, but there's another f**king bottle of pills.
Here's your trophy on my face, it's just an eye anyway..

(Now the clouds are racing higher, blinding arrows away.
There's in darkness off the streets that my electricity.)

This will go no further, I swear it dies today
Your nights will stay forever if you dare once more touch me.

[Chorus]

Where I stand

[Chorus]


Lyrics submitted by thrwmyhrtawy.

"When Did This Storm Begin" as written by Chad Petree Jeremy Dawson

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, THE ROYALTY NETWORK INC.

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    General CommentBrilliant song. It's left ambiguous as to which drugs are involved, and whether or not there's an incestuous aspect to the physical abuse (which would REALLY suck), but it's not a happy picture of childhood no matter how you slice it.

    It is, however, a cathartic statement of personal defiance and strength. You don't have to have lived it to feel it, and it doesn't hurt that it sounds amazing.
    raffishtenant2on November 03, 2008   Link

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