Edge of Truth

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There was once a time when I truly believed.
You stole that piece of life from me.
The veil of innocence has fallen from your face;
You have no shield for the real world.
Falling to the edge is subjective,
But the pieces never last;
They're all torn down.

I always wanted you to be free,
But you never lived up to what I could see
I never told you what to dream
But maybe you wanted to smother me.
Now it's all in the past, where forever we'll dwell
And you lie alone, in your private hell.
But maybe once our voices break through,
There will be no fear at the edge of the truth.

Some day, I'll find another place to put my faith
Not that it matters, it's lost on you.

I always wanted you to be free,
But you never lived up to what I could see
I never told you what to dream
But maybe you wanted to smother me.
Now it's all in the past, where forever we'll dwell
And you lie alone, in your private hell.
But maybe once our voices break through,
There will be no fear at the edge of the truth.

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from Dusk Meridian, released August 22, 2014

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Dusk Meridian Santa Cruz, California

Dusk Meridian originally formed in 2004 under the name Seraphate. Various lineup changes and demo recordings later, this self-titled debut EP has been sitting ready since October 2012 for no apparent reason. It's available now, though.

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