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A voice moves silent through

the twisted city streets
The eyes from tangled gardens peer
He grins a broken smile

Through shattered teeth
he brings the darkest time of year

And he will save us now
And he will take us underground
Where we'll never be bound by love
Or the nightmares above

The night of dreams when

Things are not as they may seem
Before the day we'll never know
He will take us while we're sleeping
And he will never let us go

And he will save us now
And he will take us underground
And here we'll never be bound by love
Or the nightmares above

We follow the sound,
It's leading us down,
Into the kingdom of under.
We're lost and we're found
We're nothing and nowhere
Forever and ever

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    clockworkangelDec 7, 2010 at 11:29 pm
    I think the person Who added the lyrics messed up the the way the verses are phrased..the first 3 lines should be together, and then the next 3. Also, she says "WHERE we'll never be bound by love" the second time she sings the chorus. As for the meaning, its about death. Death is the "he" she is referring to.

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