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Prisoner

And then I said to her:
How can you love me like you say
In the light, in the dark, in the dungeons of your heart

She just looked at me and smiled, she said
How can you be so ignorant
In the world that you love
That you think you know all about

Thank you for your time

It seems I’ve been prisoner before
Locked in my cell I can’t breathe
Without taking a lungful of blood in my mouth
With my face hidden well
In good time I will know
That I can trust you to hold my heart over a flame-covered doubt
In the dungeons in my head

You will let us out

Don’t you pass up your fate just to relate to the big gate
Don’t be late when I drive by in my vectormobile
Shooting across the cosmos in a straight line baby
But when it comes down to it
Thank you for your time
So what have I learned from this span of time
That you’ve given me to open up again
Let me just say that I’m a step closer to heaven
Than I’ve ever been before

song info

Track: 13
Length: 3:14

album info

Dissected by Elijah Taylor

Released: Friday, January 16, 2004
Producers: Elijah Taylor & Michael McNamara
Tracks: 18
Buy: Out of print

Liner Notes

First, let me thank two of the most influential people for DISSECTED and myself, Heather Laughlin and Michael McNamara.  Thank you both for your love and support throughout these seventeen months of production, and beyond.

Greets to:  Mom, Don, Dad, Rach, Jim, Zach, Elliot, Penny, Sherry, Smokey, Jenna, Meredith, Melisa, Cat (wherever you are), Bodega (It was great while it lasted).


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