Eyes wide open
Still blind to see
Heart wide open
Still too cold to feel

That's all what's left of me
A frozen mind
A shade of who I could be
That's all I can be today

That's all I dare to see
With broken faith
Afraid of what's hurting me
That's all I'll let in today

In silence I cry for my aching heart

Frozen, closed down
Demons won't recede
Doubtful, fearful
I must face them all

Eyes wide open
Do I dare to see?
Heart wide open
Do I dare to feel?

That's all I want to be
A stronger mind
A light that will make me see
That's all I wish for today

That's all what will set me free
With renewed strength
I'll deal with my agony
That is my goal for today

Empty, I cry
Where is my heart?

With eyes wide shut I smile and fake...

Hear the time, tick, tick, tick...
Let me cry...
Here's my HELL!

Welcome to my pain, my wrath, my contempt
Where demons dwell
Welcome to my scorn, my fear, my disdain
Welcome to my personal hell

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    General CommentWith all the dark feelings people gather around through dark episodes of life and painful choices, these feelings and emotions create a twist inside the person heart, creating their very personal hell: a mix of passionate, horrifying, secret and vicious emotions. For that reasons, Floor assumes the role of a character than has this issue. It tries to avoid seeing the out world as it is, or feel for any other people, not to provoke any more pain. Still, to avoid its friends to know what's going on, she smiles and fakes, trying to create a façade that all is normal, and all is well, even though she feels a tormenting fire burning within. George Oosthoek gives more pain and frustration to this amazing song through his grunts, displaying the horrifying and controversial feelings of Floor's inner hell. However, Floor is decided to fight this hell, and solve her inner problems, by facing her demons.
    nemoaarkanon July 23, 2010   Link

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