Funeral For A Friend: Roses for the Dead Meaning
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Song Released: 2006
Roses for the Dead Lyrics
For the black eyes and bleeding lips.
And it's hard to forget
How many lies we've told.
Or how old we'd grow,
Before I said goodbye.
So let's scrape our knees on the playground.
It's not your fault,
dark_soul_angel Jan 8th, 2008 1:49pm report
A few years ago in Kerrang magazine matt davies explains that he wrote this song because when a close friend dies he sees every one grieving but he himself didn't feel he was, so he wrote this song as a tribute.
he said *a heavy song, but not in the way metal is typically considered to be "heavy" . This is about the death of close friends; I saw my friends and family all grieving but I didn't know how to react. I felt odd because I wasn't crying, I sat there and took it all in. I wanted to pay tribute to the memory of those people, who I missed so much, and to express that*
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