"Hover (Quiet Mix)" as written by Jason Singleton, James Fukai, Joshua Moates, Kevin Palmer and Don Gilmore....
To see you leave again.
It's over.
It kills me to watch you descend.
To the end.

Can't think straight.
Shutting me out.
Closing me out.
(Are you trying, hurting)

Taking me out.
Leaving me out.
(Keeps me struggling- I'm leaving)
You take me down.

Further inside of me.
Now I'm fading out.
I can barely see.
As I hover.

To see you caving in.
I'm undone
And to say it's the last time again.
It's the end.

I'm watching you descend.
I'm hovering instead.

Lyrics submitted by jenni adrenochrome.

"Hover" as written by Don Gilmore James Fukai

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    General CommentWow this song's been out for nearly seven years and not one comment? It's great, tragic and sorrowful too.

    Anyway, I think it's about a guy who really likes a girl. She's not like other girls though, and he cares for her more than anything and anyone. He has always put her first. Unfortunately, the girl doesn't feel the same way. Instead of staying friends, however, the girl avoids the guy. This song is how the guy feels about it now, how he feels about what she's done to him and how he's no longer the man he once was. He feels dead in a living world, yet unable to die in his sorrow.
    DanielFaradayon December 17, 2009   Link

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