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Dead Poetic was a rock band hailing from Dayton, Ohio. The band first garnered attention in the underground music scene following the release of their first full-length Four Wall Blackmail which was released by Tooth & Nail subsidiary Solid State Records, and single "August Winterman." In the fall of 2004 personal disagreements within the band caused bassist Chad Shellabarger, drummer Josh Shellabarger, and guitarist Todd Osborn to all depart the band, and Dead Poetic appeared to be a thing of the past.
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- LyricsThese are the words that tear you apart
And these are the words that take you away
And these are just words, they'll tear you apart
When no one here will say what needs to say
New medicines should ease this pain
- LyricsYou sure sold your soul for an ounce of attention
Gaining the world and demanding affection
Will you ever be pleased with your own skin?
Will you ever refuse what they're asking?
You can't hide your insecurities with a pretty face
- LyricsIm still stitching up the stabs you left
Weaving in and out slowly
I grow accustomed to the piercing flesh
And find evil in the holy
And still I see the line
- LyricsLet it burn in your eyes, your cover is blown this time and you know
But you know this was gonna happen and you could taste the red hands
And like the flies, you'll eat the worst of everything
But you know this was gonna happen, you could taste the red hands
But you needed this
- LyricsI don't wanna come back here, to this place
It's a cold that only comes from blaming yourself for two decades wasted
And I don't wanna come back here, to this place
When it all just repeats in my head again and I cannot stop it
And the glass in the trees
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