Everyone Looks So Good From Here Lyrics - Underoath

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in a deep breath it all starts to change
flip my world inside out
honestly i like it better this way
when i mesh the night through the back of my eyes
i have put myself here
im the culprit
i am the culprit

ive been swallowed up alive
shut down
building from the inside out
i can finally
walk through the walls
walk through the walls

ive been swallowed up alive
shut down
building from the inside out
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i can finally
walk through the walls
walk through the walls

i swear ive slipped right through the cracks in the floor
its so easy when its pulling me under
its so easy when its pulling me under
its so easy when its pulling me under

now i can see things from the outside and
i will sit here
with no place in mind

i swear ive slipped right through the cracks in the floor

i cant escape from this place
i cant escape from
this is so unfamiliar to me
this is so unfamiliar to me

i can hear the unsatisfying silence
my mouth is open, but none of you can hear me






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Deeper meanings | Reviewer: Quentin | 10/9/11

I would say that this song's deeper meaning is definately about dying and going to hell,because of not excepting the Christ as a personal lord and saviour,I think they are trying to warn people about hell,and that it is a real place,and Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven,this is a very beautiful song,and I love the rhythm,and the change of pace in the song.



OBE, etc. | Reviewer: tom | 5/3/10

i know spencer had a cocaine addiction and everything but honestly you cant tell me this song is about cocaine. its about some kind of psychedelic, probably like DMT. everything he says......doesnt sound like he's getting high. sounds like he's tripping balls.



So Great | Reviewer: Rachellll. | 3/22/10

Everyone says that this album was 'a minor set back' for Underoath. Personally, I think this is Underoath's best album. This album tells a lot of their life stories through songs, and personally I think this album is amazing. These songs have so much meaning to them. I love Underoath, not only because of their amazing vocals, but because they're not afraid to speak out about their personal issues. They're all such inspirations to me, and I could never ask for a better band to look up to. <3



Song meaning | Reviewer: Anonymous | 7/3/09

The song is actually about Spencer's addiction to cocaine. He struggled with it for a very long time in his life and told Alternative Press, "You know how some people have a good family or a girlfriend that's always there for them and never fails? That was [what] drugs [were] for me. That was my weakness." Most of Define the Great Line is about him struggling with his addiction, although his religion is also a major focal point.



possibly the best.. | Reviewer: daniel knower | 3/21/09

this is one of the best UO songs off all three albums. They have changed so much from what they were at first. This song is just good because it has good anthemic lines and a beat you can rock too.



Simply put. | Reviewer: Kevin | 3/7/09

This song is so simple, yet beautiful. I believe it's all a part of Spencer's subconscious. He felt himself slipping from his faith. Thus, 'slipping through the cracks in the floor'. I think this song was to be considered a call out to God for help. For him to be saved, and whole again. I bet when Spencer wrote this song, he was seeing himself from the other side of the glass. Looking at himself, he saw a wreck. And grabbed at a pen, and a slice of paper; jotting down this song. Thank you Underoath..for saving my life.



True meaning? | Reviewer: Anonymous | 6/28/08

I really think that this song is about dying without knowing Christ as your personal Saviour because first of all Underoath is a Christian band, and their lyrical themes are in the sense of their faith. Its talking about in an instant dying and finding out that what you thought to be the after life is a complete hell. Being the culprit for one thing and anther, walking through the walls. This song is chilling because its portraying spiritual torment. Quotes from the song like "i swear ive slipped right through the cracks in the floor
its so easy when its pulling me under" and "now i can see things from the outside and
i will sit here
with no place in mind" and "
i can hear the unsatisfying silence
my mouth is open, but none of you can hear me". I think that the last quote I can hear the unsatisfying slience...is talking about old memories and when you had the chance but refse to take it your left with something to grieve about.



Awesome | Reviewer: Anonymous | 1/26/08

First of all, Matty, your wrong. This is the right name of the song... but anyways, this song is amazing and actually my fav song on Define the Great Line...



Anthem much?! | Reviewer: Anonymous | 1/8/08

i have to find a self anthem for a class in school and i definitly want it to be this one. Amazing lyrics.. i think its about how sometimes you can get depressed or hurt and keep yourself there.. like you dont want to help yourself, especially the last line i think it shows how people do things like self mutilate to cry out for help but not in a literal sense, but at the same time they want to hide it ... this song to me is all about internal struggle with change!



right on mike | Reviewer: wonka | 12/1/07

You're right mike. This song sounds awesome and has a sweet guitar part (guitar bieng the first best insturment i play)."Moving for the Sake of Motion" also rocks.




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