*Whispered:
Captured in the way you walk
Are you sure its something I can't hear
So far away
This is nothing I can deal with
My self is tortured
Under the weight of my own resistance
If I keep trying
Is there a point I can break?
Everybody breaks eventually
This is just to say
That I try
And I'll die
And rise again
That's my Fury...

The fire burned the Winter
The Winter chilled the fire
After all was said and done
There was nothing in either one

The fire burned the Winter
The Winter killed the fire
And when all was said and done
There was nothing in either one

Get off of me
The Fury in I x2

Whispered: Resistence...

The Sun had shined so beautifully
She seemed to beam too wilfully
After all was said and done
I can still feel her fury

The Sun had died so beautifully
She seemed to beam too wilfully
And when all was said and done
I can still feel the fury of

Her patience she sits, in a listless sky, feeling the mood
I have never felt so alone
I have never felt so fulfilled, In my life
Patience, as I sit beside myself feeling obscure
I have never felt so fulfilled
But I feel the fury of patience
And now there's Fury in I
Fury in I, Fury in I
Fury in a listless sky...

The fire burned the Winter
The Winter chilled the fire
After all was said and done
There was nothing in either one

The Sun had shined so beautifully
She seemed to beam too wilfully
And when all was said and done
I could still feel, the fury of her patience...






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    i can tell by how many comments this band gets that not alot of people know them. thats a shame. this bands is really unique, they rock. very poetic: The fire burned the Winter The Winter chilled the fire After all was said and done There was nothing in either one

    heresathoughton April 03, 2003   Link
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    General Comment

    i can tell by how many comments this band gets that not alot of people know them. thats a shame. this bands is really unique, they rock. very poetic: The fire burned the Winter The Winter chilled the fire After all was said and done There was nothing in either one

    heresathoughton April 03, 2003   Link

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