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Redemption Song

from We Are Our Own Saviors by Headless Relatives



I walked out to the street
Said I was going to the store
But we both knew I wasn't brining back
Anything we needed anymore

And as I passed a quiet house
I felt my face turn red
My ears rang silent alarms
As I replayed the words we'd said

And lying on the ground
I saw a stone perfect and round
So I picked it up

I looked into the window
But I just saw my silhouette
And I cursed the glass for bringing back to light
Things I would much rather forget

And I looked down at the stone
Waiting in my hand
And suddenly knew beyond a shadow of a doubt
What it had planned

And so I hurled the stone at last
Light caught the edges of the glass
So I picked it up

The jagged edges pierced my skin
And I laughed all alone
I had absolved all our sins
I saw the sacrificial stone
And I picked it up


from We Are Our Own Saviors, released February 4, 2013




Headless Relatives Troy, New York

Headless Relatives play songs. These songs feature desperate individuals, bittersweet memories, and ancient Egyptian gods. Some of these songs can be found here.

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