Sep 27, 2008 · you fail me with every fatal crush you fail me with every abandoned love you fail me with your inferno fuck me eyes that burn as fuel for my city and its neon lights burn bright white line fever
you fail me with your new dead end dream you fail me with your pill box fantasy you fail me as love’s greatest war that was never worth you were never worth fighting for dying living dying living dying everyday living dying living dying living everyday you think you are a poet in your eyes you are a star who lives through a fantasy of rising
You fail me with your new dead end dream You fail me with your pill box fantasy You fail me as love’s greatest war That was never worth You were never worth fighting for Burn bright white line
32 rows · I bought You Fail Me the day it was released, and I’ve never been the same since. Imagine …
Track Name: Last Light. i need you to be the strength of widows and soul survivors. i need you to …
Is You Fail Me a better CD than Jane Doe” No, but that doesn’t mean that [/i]Jane Doe[i] is better than You Fail Me. This is Converge at their artistic height, working together perfectly as a band to orchestrate an album that captures an entire feeling, an entire idea.
You Fail Me stands on its own as a fine addition to the Converge canon. “First Light,” a short, Godspeed You Black Emperor!-esque instrumental opener, and “Last Light,” are a fantastic one-two punch to open You Fail Me. “Last Light” has a positively colossal sound and a great sense of dynamics.
You Fail Me is an interesting document in the history of Converge. It is their first recording as a four piece, as well as their first after being signed to Brett Gurewitz’s (of Bad Religion) Epitath Records.
First Light. [instrumental]