"Room For One More" as written by Frank Joseph Bello, Charlie L. Benante, John Robert Bush, Scott Ian Rosenfeld and Daniel Alan Spitz....
Fix the mental, as if that changes anything
Your heart is cured now, you're normal once again
One confession, you thought that's all it took
But redemption, doesn't let you off the hook

One of us
Can't erase the past to change who he would be
One of us
On a whim would act, then look for sympathy
Not from me

Hear me say

One more
Chance to believe in
That you can even the score
One more
Place at the table
Always room for one more
Room for one more

Thinking evil, is that just your normal gig
Fueled by hatred, happy as a stuffed pig
You're so lonely, everyone around you reeks
Of indifference, thriving in their apathy

One of us
Can't erase the past to change who he would be
One of us
On a whim would act, then look for sympathy
Not from me

Hear me say

One more
Chance to believe in
That you can even the score
One more
Place at the table
Always room for one more
One more
Chance to believe in
That you can even the score
One more
Place at the table
Always room for one more
Room for one more

Your schism, my distress
Your failure is my success
Squeezed out, kept me down
What goes around comes around
I can wait you out
Patience is my virtue
Call it payback, call it proper grounds
What goes around always comes around, always comes around

Hear me say

One more
Chance to believe in
That you can even the score
One more
Place at the table
Always room for one more
One more
Chance to believe in
That you can even the score
One more
Place at the table
Always room for one more
Room for one more
Always room for one more


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"Room for One More" as written by Daniel Alan Spitz Charlie L. Benante

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentSeems to me this tremendous song is based upon patiently & methodically plotting revenge on someone who might be unsuspecting it (but deserves it nonetheless).
    Stompheadon February 12, 2007   Link
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    My InterpretationThe speaker is talking to someone with a dark past. This guy thinks he's redeemed but the speaker doesn't believe that and is offering him "a place on the table." Table, metaphor for a sinister plan or vengeance.
    santong_bananaon May 12, 2012   Link

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