Into The Abstract

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At each other's throat tolerance tears away
Tissue to sodden weepy woes
Too little, too late, all the salt seeps into wounds
Hitting each other's bias
Pressing against it's bone until bare and exposed

Resistance overflows until slipping on spite
Sealed lips liberated
No longer tight!
Loosening our tongues, we taste..
Fight!
Passive phrases never given breath
Now truly alive when vocalized, but still breathless

It was too much, it was too heavy, so drop the conversation and abandon situation
Watched it crack open, cracking up, hollow as the heavens inside
Still held high, but it's all up in the air

Hands lowered in leniency, we strike a chord
Bygone echoing, we sing bye and resentment is gone
Outsiders overhear, input to aid our ears
Nothing to hear as their distortion drowns accord, until all is not clear
So let me make this clear

Our tongues hemorrhaging sour thoughts
But pushing into our cheeks until we rot

When they speak illusion, we will yell "what a fucking intrusion"
Too far from the conversation, and all seems abstract
Even when they're closer, our words are just that

Delicious golden goals dribbling at our lips
Such a desire drags our vessels to ship
Voyage to an isle, to view the big picture
Isolated, alone, now the conversation can continue

When all seems to be at sea, and when they are too far too see
When all seems to be at sea, and when they are too close to see

We will scream blissfully, we will sing blissfully
As they cry desperately trying to grasp

Swearing strong, salt seeps into wounds between us, my friend know that I'll never leave us
Forever sailing, misunderstood and tolerant; hand in hand

Swearing strong, salty sea of difference between us, my friend know that I'll never leave us
Forever sailing, misunderstood and tolerant; hand in hand

We go into the abstract

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from Anomaly, released February 13, 2015
Chris Goins
Corey Havens
Jessy Sons
Josh Fullerton
Aaron Owens

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