"Standing at the Threshold" as written by and John Mccauley....
You and me created something special
You and me always standing at the threshold
Forgive me, I've created a monster
The police said that they cannot help your daughter

Sometimes it takes a tough/strong man to hide
Sing it soft just like a lullaby
I'll fall apart from the inside and die

Kept my faith from the day that you left
With a big old hallelujah carved into my chest
You smothered me in images of death
Don't play around now, take my life instead

I don't doubt that everything is what you gave me
But I've gotta be frank, and baby
It just wasn't enough

Lyrics submitted by Deader, edited by van full of retards, styrofoamlions

"Standing at the Threshold" as written by John Joseph Mccauley Iii


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    General CommentGod damn I love this song. Raw, primal, poetic. I think that it tells a story of a relationship that began as one shared based on two coinciding personalities, characterized by intensity and self-destructive tendencies. The story proceeds to show an unsatisfactory demeanor when one person grows out of the troubled lifestyle and the other is stuck in the rut of self-destructiveness. DEER TICK RULES!
    styrofoamlionson April 11, 2014   Link

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