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My head plays it over and over
while resisting the inevitable phone call of guilt
this has been our banter since our childhood
how close are we with this wildered time

Were all colored in yellow and swimming in black
Oh where have you been and how you been well

Our family generation is disease to society
Excuse me for the need to break this pattern
now that you have everybody up in the air

Were colored in yellow and swimming now in the red
Oh where have you been and how you been well

Our support is of broken marriage and I stand in dark
Live with this grey tuxedo swallowing our pride
can I really put it on canvas and slide it under my bed
I expected some change and now everything is weird
like your mother and her father that created this absence

Oh were all colored in blue and now hiding from this yellow
Where have you been and how you been well
where have you been and how you been well
where have you been and how you been well



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The following comments are for "Father"
by NucleusFire

disease to society
Well, after reading your post, labeling it lyric makes sense. Didn't actually notice that 'til I looked up, scratching my head. It was the title that drew me.

It reminded me of something Bjork would sing. She has a way of stretching and bending lines 'til they fit.

Nicely done.

( Posted by: toscano [Member] On: May 20, 2010 )





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