Danger: Wildman

Album: With Roots Above and Branches Below (2009)
  • I know a ghost,
    And when doubted his truth reveals incredible vengeance
    Vanity is a sepulcher
    Do as you please, shame, will follow
    Languages rot and insects lose interest

    Mountains of plastic
    Melting Away.
    As long as these struggles are aimless
    We will all be standing still.

    When worded correctly, truth is never a cliche
    This is because so many are attached to their deaf ears
    Collect the leaves
    Count them
    Name them

    Study each and every single one of them
    As long as these struggles are aimless
    We will all be standing still
    When worded correctly, truth is never a cliche

    This is because so many are attached to their deaf ears
    All mistakes can be marked by borders
    All of love can be traced to a maker
    It seems as if what is most important, isn't noticed when forgotten.

    Do as you please, shame will follow
    The sun and the moon
    You'll always take them for granted
    What's delicate is lost.

    As the selfish forgot what is the sacred.
    The humble forget themselves
    When worded correctly, truth is never a cliche
    This is because so many are attached to their deaf ears. Writer/s: ANDREW JEROME TRICK, CHRISTOPHER HENRY RUBEY, JAMES SELLECK BANEY, JEREMY ROBERT DEPOYSTER, LARRY DANIEL WILLIAMS, MICHAEL JAMES HRANICA
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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