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On a thousand islands in the sea
I see a thousand people just like me
A hundred unions in the snow
I watch them walking, falling in a row
We live always underground
It's going to be so quiet in here tonight
A thousand islands in the sea
It's a shame

And a hundred years ago
A sailor trod this ground I stood upon
Take me away everyone
When it hurts thou

From my head to my toes
From the words in the book
I see a vision that would bring me luck
From my head to my toes
To my teeth, through my nose
You get these words wrong
You get these words wrong
Everytime
You get these words wrong
I just smile

But from my head to my toes
From my knees to my eyes
Everytime I watch the sky
For these last few days leave me alone
But for these last few days leave me alone
Leave me alone
Leave me alone



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    UnregisteredDec 2, 2011 at 12:44 am
    This song is actually about ian curtis and how the band, joy division, saw how much has suffering and how he was seriously battling with his depression and illness. Curtis was getting fed up with people listening to his music and not really listening to what he was saying which just added to his inner turmoil. Rip ian curtis.

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