Highland's Apparition

Album: Sci-Fi Crimes (2009)
  • See it, startled
    Afternoon I had to ask
    Or dare I, ever know
    Tell us, we are demented
    Watch as attention span
    Hold, so fast
    Then go up in smoke

    I don't think you're nervous enough
    It happened to show its own face
    Search for the soulless ends
    Now point him towards rest

    Culprits, shudder
    Apparitions left in time
    If we're honest, sight unknown
    Crowing, frozen, bedroom
    Awoke up certain
    Lays a tomb, her tree holds it
    Unbeknownst, still sending chills

    I don't think you're nervous enough
    It happened to show its own face
    Search for the soulless ends
    Now point him towards rest

    You won't find me curling up
    A place that should make sense
    Well, excuse me for this better judgment
    Night is so worth waiting for
    A blinding scare so cauterizing
    Arms out pointing, sit and stare
    At this proof, this living proof
    This proof, this living proof

    Sun's up, braver
    Hands and legs untouched
    Before we forget, save this
    Unaging proof

    I don't think you're nervous enough
    It happened to show its own face
    Search for the soulless ends
    Now point him towards

    I don't think you're nervous enough
    It happened to show its own face
    Search for the soulless ends
    Now point him towards rest Writer/s: PETER LOEFFLER, SAMUEL LOEFFLER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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