Stage IV

by Camisado

In military tactics, a camisado or camisade is a surprise attack occurring at night or at daybreak, when the enemy are supposed to be asleep.The term comes from Spanish camisa (shirt): when the Tercio had actions (skirmishes) of around fifty men attacking at night with minimum equipment, only sword and dagger (although some soldiers could carry arquebus or musket), and they were dressed only with a white shirt (thus the Spanish word es:encamisada), in order to kill in silence as many enemies as possible while they were sleeping. This is reflected in the film Alatriste, based on the main character of The Adventures of Captain Alatriste (Las aventuras del Capitán Alatriste), a series of novels written by Arturo Pérez-Reverte.

I'm taking five to see if I'm alive
Did I survive this accident?
Open my eyes and I realize
That I am the patient

All this time I thought that I had
Was gone just like that
Without even a fucking notice
You never looked back

I held on as long as I could
I still can't let go
There's a part of me that still 
Needs you to know

I still can't let go
I can't deny the pain 
It's not fair that
I still cannot let go
I'll do anything
Fucking anything
It's so sad that 
I still cannot let go

These machines are
Keeping me alive
But would I know the difference
If I were to die

You were everything 
That kept my heart whole
Now it's dark once again
A body with no soul

Is this what I get?
A pain can't forget

I took out 
To get rid of you
From my heart
But I still miss you

If I could accept that you're gone
I wouldn't need this IV
But the only thing I'll accept
Is that you'll always be a part of me

Written by: Joseph Deak

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