Here Comes The Bride

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No, this isn't a personal experience of any kind; just more theoretical ramblings in relation to feminine independence. Or, at least, lack thereof and a desire for.

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Here comes the bride, all dressed in white.
Starting a lie she'll live until she dies.
Here comes the bride; eyes open wide.
But still, she is blind until she's bound for life.

Until she's bound for life.

Can you feel my heart beat, heart beat slowing, slowing
as the day of, well, our wedding is approaching.
(I cannot breathe, I cannot breathe.
I cannot see, I cannot see.)
Everything seems dimmer shimmer's glimmer
isn't shinny and I think that I have gotten thinner.
(and this is not, and this is not
anxiety, anxiety)

I know things seem okay, but look at history,
domination's course, because it frightens me.
(Forgetting the waltz, forgetting to pause.
Forgetting your fingers are not claws.)
I know right now I am your top priority,
but when I mess up, what will I, will I be?
(Forgetting to blink, forgetting to think.
Forgetting to laugh, forgetting to drink)

Here comes the bride, all dressed in white.
Starting a lie she'll live until she dies.
Here comes the bride; eyes open wide.
But still, she is blind until she's bound for life.

I know you see that I am worsen-worsening,
but you keep quiet for your own agenda's being.
(Body's twitching, mind is glitching;
heart is stopping, legs are numbing.)
How can this love, when I just want to get away?
This cannot be love if I am trying to escape.
(Eyes are squeezing, I am needing
something to see, to maintain me.)

I I I I don't wanna lose myself.
I I I I don't wanna lose myself.

Here comes the bride, all dressed in white.
Starting a lie she'll live until she dies.
Here comes the bride; eyes open wide.
But still, she is blind until she's bound for life.

Here comes the bride, all dressed in white.
Starting a lie she'll live until she dies.

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from Break 3, released December 15, 2012

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The Pulse North Carolina

The Pulse is a local Durham/Chapel Hill rock band, comprised of 5 youthful musicians; Anna "Aimmity" Acha, Ben Felder, Josh Rubinstein, Scott Marks, and Joe Fallon. Pulling strong influence from the Red Hot Chili Peppers as well as classic rock, pop, and funk sounds, we have something for everyone. ... more

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