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Saosin – Translating The Name lyrics

Oh start, send me grieves and before breathing
I have your voice on tape in a southern accent screaming at me
I was only one and we weren't prepared for people screaming.
(I have your voice on tape in a southern accent screaming at me)

Know things look lovely to you
Holding back, now and forever sweetheart
Know things look lovely lonely boy
Holding for midnight and I deny
You were walking so peculiar like you had something to hide (still so deadly)[x2]
Sweet penance for a sound - it might explode in our hands

I'm falling in a brown pigmentation of
Where the element marked cut short, turned in and stopped
I've been watching rose giving in that's when I started savoring the sound
I've been watching rose give in to it severing the ties between mother and son [x2]

Know things look lovely to you
Holding back, now and forever sweetheart
Know things look lovely lonely boy
Holding for midnight and I deny
You were walking so peculiar like you had something to hide(still so deadly)[x2]
Sweet penance for a sound - it might explode in our hands (it might explode) [x2]

Oh, I once saw many place the end, I promised the world and a dozen roses. [x2]



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