Waking Ruins

Waking Ruins

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Rock - Heavy Metal | DeForest, Wisconsin, United States
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Member Since: 2007
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Lyrics

Plastic Smiles

The eighth day, here we waste - Our wrists are cut with regret - Staring at our reflection - The hours turn to ashes - We make our wishes - And watch them break to pieces - With our backs to the wall - we fall away - This love is falling right through our hands - Our hearts are overlooking what we have - How could this romance turn into tragedy - I feel this serenade only ends in heartache - This is where we finally hit the floor - This is where our hearts will beat no more - You say love but don't know what it means - I fall from your embrace - I cannot see your face - We see what we've become as our final moments waste -You hold me closer in your arms - But the is nothing left in between us now - I look into your eyes to see - The past we had dying away - This cycle only feeding the lies - As the lighted memories die out - Now every time I look at you - I watch your beauty fade - We share these final moments - And we waste

Copyright 2007

Song Length
3:45
Genres
Rock - Heavy Metal, Rock - Hard Rock
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Aggressive, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Regret, Heartbreak


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Brandon Conner
Music Credits Dion Larson, Kane Carmody, Craig Spencer, Brandon Conner
Producer Credits Dion Larson, Kane Carmody, Craig Spencer, Brandon Conner
Publisher Credits Dion Larson, Kane Carmody, Craig Spencer, Brandon Conner
Performance Credits Dion Larson, Kane Carmody, Craig Spencer, Brandon Conner