Stare into my eyes
Rake your nails across my skin
I know the reason embers of you scatter as you breathe
(embers of you scatter when)
The life you knew disappears
In its wake with one skin
(in its wake your standing in)
As paper I cut your life
(and in paper i cut your life)
Follow the outline that you traced
(Embers of you scatter when)
The life you knew disappears
In its wake you stand with one skin that you do not own
(in its wake your standing in..
as these waves break, there is things i'll miss, things i miss,
and i'm feeling fake, with my whole life on your lips)
The sky is closed today
So here i sit, waiting
For a word that is hidden in Clouds
To take me back from here
(I'm hoping that this fever breaks when this smile spites my face)
Take me back
To a place
I will not
Feel as you
Far away from the offline of you

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    thats exactly what im sayin man....this song is sick. all the different parts combine into one masterpiece. its an extremly intricate song and i feel bad for those who dont know it.....yet im happy not many do... -peace

    nyhc516on June 05, 2002   Link
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    this is so fucking rad. this song is soo powerful, in so many ways. the lyrics are just amazing... i can't count how many times i've gone insane to this song, tearing my eyes out. everyone should take a moment and scream along. comment!! xox

    mighteemmoouseon June 02, 2002   Link
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    this song is just fucking amazing...."as these waves break, there's things i'll miss, things i miss, and i'm feeling fake, with my whole life on your lips" that part is just soooo awesome....god how i love this song....

    leader of loserson July 03, 2002   Link
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    This is easily my favorite fata song. I can't help but sing/scream along.

    "So here i sit, waiting. For a word that is hidden in Clouds. To take me back from here."

    misturion July 19, 2002   Link
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    yet another great song by FATA

    poisonthewell05on July 26, 2002   Link
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    i love the line "i know the reason embers of you scatter as you breathe". amazing.

    setitoffon September 01, 2002   Link
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    killer breakdown!!!!! "In its wake you stand with one skin that you do not own" Great fucking line!

    killabean16on September 13, 2002   Link
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    simply fuckin amazing.

    cherry_kisson September 23, 2002   Link
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    This is a great song....great breakdown, a killer melodic section, and some great screaming....lots of technical stuff also. The lyrics seem to be just general frustration about a relationship. Awesome song.


    glassjaw987on March 07, 2003   Link
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    [in its wake your standing in... as these waves break, there is things i'll miss, things i miss, and i'm feeling fake, with my whole life on your lips. ] they own

    boysrlife84on March 09, 2003   Link

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