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To the Grave (Two Minutes’ Enlightenment) (click for MP3 file)

You’d never tell me; you’d rather kill me.
You want to take it to the grave.
The game we’re playing, oh, we keep delaying,
Like we’ve got dignity to save.

It’s not like you could
Ever ask me to get out of here.
It’s not like you could disappear,
’Cause I’ll always be part of you
Like you’ll always be part of me.


We take our purpose from the things that hurt us,
And we’re the same down to a fault.
I guess your conscience tells you that you want this,
And we continue with the waltz.

What started as philosophy
Is now a tragic joke.
We’d fix it but it isn’t broke,
Because it gives us what we want,
But never satisfies our needs.

I can see, looking in your eyes,
The feeling you’re feeling.
But I can’t make you recognize,
Instead, you conceal it.


We stay divided, we never fight it,
Between embracing and release.
We’re both so wary, it’s involuntary,
We won’t surrender to make peace.

What’s right or wrong
Is never long considered by our kind,
Defeat is something we don’t mind,
As long as we deprive the other
Every single victory.

I can see, looking in your eyes,
The feeling you’re feeling.
But I can’t make you recognize,
Instead, you conceal it.

Can’t you see, looking in my eyes,
I’m feeling your feeling?
Can’t you see, looking in my eyes?
Can’t you see?

Can’t you see?!