Quarter to three with drunken taste on the roads

Air filled with heavy breaths as sleep takes hold

The quiet of the night breaks with pounding on a frame

Silence lingers to those who see no evil

Silent we all remain

 

Etchings on the wood twisted to let through echoes of screams

One in his sight a claiming love

Is now just a man who threatens his pride

Silence rebukes those who hear no evil

Silent we all remain

 

The bodily force of protection is not enough

Cast aside through the ripples

It is time to feel the horrors of being murdered alive

Beaten back from where we came

The dust never settles where innocence lays

Silence remains to those who speak no evil

Silent we will all remain.