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Electronic - Electronica | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 509   
Member Since: 2010
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Song Description

The song is basically an internal dialogue of one person struggling with depression. The verses are very upbeat, with a positive message about fighting the darkness. While chorus takes the perspective of the darkness trying to lure the subject back to the old comfortable ways of the past.


Don't hide away from the sun
When the fog clears and the rains dry
Grab the switch to reset the circuitry
Push the door and step outside of your mind

If your universe contracts
And the black holes try and pull you in
Stand your ground and reset telemetry
When the voice says your strength is wearing thin

Come here boy
It's good to have you around
Spit out that pill
And don't make a sound

Don't hide away from the sun
When day falls away from the night
Push off the doubt of complicity
And let your true self ignite

When gravity causes collapse
Pull away as it tries to pull you in
Skip off the surface of darker things
When the doubt tries to seep under you skin

Come here boy
It's good to have you around
Spit out that pill
And don't make a sound
Cause there's a bad, bad dream bedside
And it's got your name
Once you dream it
You'll never be the same

Song Length
Electronic - Electronica, Rock - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Distressed, Cheerful

Subject Matter
Existence, Light

Similar Artists
Nine Inch Nails, TV on the Radio
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Mark Alan
Music Credits Mark Alan
Producer Credits Mark Alan
Publisher Credits Beautiful Debris Publishing
Performance Credits Alphanaut
Label Credits MAD Music