I said that name and skipped a heartbeat. I said it with a second chance and a forgetful smile. I said it with the faint glimmer of suicide. I tashe my wreckage in our conversations deep under the faint hums of far gone engines. With all signal flares blazing we lay somewhere inbetween the smeale of yellow lines and a yar of empty promises. I long for the grant of wings. I long for the dead of night when all of this passes. You never meant those three words. Now I can't remember how to set my heart alight you never meant a word. No a fucking word of it. Iam so sick of goodbyes. So sick of committing suicide. I am so sick of the inbetween, now and then. So sick of swinging the hammer. So sick of my suicide, of burying every hero that I had every hero that I had.


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    This song has my favorite breakdown, second only to the one in Concubine, out of a whole shitload of amazing Converge breakdowns!

    Marshaulon June 14, 2003   Link
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    this is my favorite converge song of all time. i agree. the breakdown is converge-worthy.

    tonedeafon April 15, 2004   Link
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    what an amazing way to start of a cd as epic as this one...jesus this is their work or no ones.

    carveyournameinon December 18, 2004   Link
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    the part at 1:45 is just fucking killer and the short breakdown right after makes me want to put my head into something

    carveyournameinon December 18, 2004   Link
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    im so fuckin sick of fuckin goodbyes

    im sick of goodbyes so sick of suicide im sick of in between now and then

    carveyournameinon December 18, 2004   Link
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    this is insane..insane as in i need to make an image. i can so fucking relate to this, especially:

    I long for the grant of wings. I long for the dead of night when all of this passes. You never meant those three words. Now I can't remember how to set my heart alight you never meant a word. No a fucking word of it.

    This line reminds me of trying to reinvent yourself and of trying to bury or block out certain people:

    o sick of my suicide, of burying every hero that I had every hero that I had.

    man "I'm sick of suicide" as well

    sainton February 26, 2005   Link
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    oh and one of my faves

    sainton February 26, 2005   Link

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