I'm standing frozen at your door, afraid of what's inside. I greet the nurse who knows me all too well. I ask if you have left your bed; she just sighs and shakes her head and says you're having one of those days. These days are my little hell. It means they came and they erased you; took you away and then replaced you with someone using your name, who looks exactly the same, but now the real you is gone, is gone, is gone. Life's short, the briefest dream, but in the narrow hours in-between may you find love and may then you always hold on, and on, and on. I watch your eyes that won't see mine, I reflect back to a time those eyes burned bright, not long ago. How I miss that light, that life; how I need my friend, my wife. But now what reflects in your eyes is a man you don't know. Find love and, find love and hold on tight. Grant me a, grant me another night far from this terrible place and the stranger who wears your face. Before sundown, before it all went so wrong.
released February 24, 2011
Al Bigelow - Drums
Glen Fant - Guitar + Vocals
Matthew Goldman - Guitar + Vocals
Joel Reader - Vocals + Bass