Set upon a hill
There stood a house of steel
Built to last forever more

Though the house stood solid
All life was drained from it
And now the wind whistled alone

For there once lived a happy man
His wife and children filled
The air with ambered love

Until the day a cry
Shattered into bye
And man was left with steel and stone


Feeling the air so quiet
Man filled the house with mirrors
So he could see figures, as he did before
As he whistled to strangle the silence


Till one day, his breath fell short
And silence, like ghost cement fell
And man looked at mirror,
Mirror looked at man,
And eyes looked at eyes, now dead
Eyes looked at eyes, now dead.

Set upon a hill
There stood a house of steel
Built to last forever more

Though the house stood solid
All life was drained from it
And now the wind whistled alone

Ohh now the wind whistled alone
Now the wind whistled alone
Now the wind whistled alone…

Because
No
More
Word the man uttered



No
More
Whistle he dared
For dead man must remain silent
Lest they muffle the ones that live