trip the long dusty road
care denounce no overload
in as much as what's become
a sterile cracked up iceberg tomb
mist on ash on murky shore
now begin don't let it show
answers even without feeling
no fulfilling close the door

last call open bar
never closing reach beyond
last call a shallow pond
slow descending so slow to drown


match the perfect dna
switch pretend at last to see
cancellation is the feel
respectfully to never be
symbolize simile
put in words so simply
ask direction no correction
map the course to end the way
catch the stall wishful air
walk among do seem to care
on the surface righteous air
deliver on the right to share
mesh the fine nucleic bond
crawl between the chromosome
on the top of what's become
a two-fold generation boom


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    General CommentI dont know if the meaning of this song is so politically driven, but i do know that this song is just fucking cool.
    zeecounton February 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think Last Call is about generic engineering or cloning and possibly even experimentation on partially developed humans, "cancellation is the feel
    respectfully to never be."
    "Slow descending so slow to drown" means that humanity is reaching beyond our place of understanding into something that cannot yet fully comprehend. Humanity is slowly killing itself with technology as our lives become more complex and fraught with difficulty.
    We have no idea we're going with this kind of research
    "ask direction no correction map the course to end the way."
    "walk among do seem to care on the surface righteous air" some of the doctors who are studying genetic engineering seem as if they care for people, really they only want fame, recognition and to advance scientific knowledge at all costs.
    "Mesh the fine nucleic bond crawl between the chromosome on the top of what's become a two-fold generation boom" this is the best support for a genetic engineering/cloning theme to this song.
    lastriteson June 09, 2002   Link

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