"The End (from Booklet)" as written by and Ryan/wanninger Jordan....
Is anyone else awake?
Deaf ears on these words must fall.

Dodging friendly fire,
Which marksmanship inspires.

The end that is never the end.
There's no difference between foe or friend.
With blanks in the chamber,
They'd have you believe.
Faces so sober,
Trusting souls deceived.

Mouthless children,
Still promises they feed.
Bullets softer now,
But still we bleed.

The end that is never the end.
There's no difference between foe or friend.
With blanks in the chamber,
They'd have you believe.
Faces so sober,
Trusting souls deceived.

The megaphone speaks.
Still pulses race and scream.
Things will be quiet soon.

The end that is never the end.
There's no difference between foe or friend.
With blanks in the chamber,
They'd have you believe.
Faces so sober,
Trusting souls deceived.


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"The End" as written by Brandon Armstrong Andrew Dwiggins

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    General Commentthis song really reached me on many different levels i think it is about someone feeling lonely and unheared like his world is against him and it feels like everyone no matter who they are is against him and is ppretending not to be, it's a song of obvious contradictions and a strong message and i love it
    sleeplessdreamon August 17, 2002   Link
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    General Commentright on!....i must agree with that interperetation. i also love this song (along with most other greenwheel stuff; they are so good)
    HaveAGreenDayon March 11, 2003   Link
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    General CommentYeah all their shit is quality, i'm suprised their not bigger than what they are
    Magilacution March 23, 2003   Link
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    General Comment"The End" is a voice of dissapointment with a generation. His peers can't see how they bring each other down and thus receive no respect amoung older generations. They do not stand for anything. The song is yearning for approx. 22-35 year olds to ban together and better the world.

    The last Woodstock would be an example of the targeted generation being senseless.
    flynovaon April 30, 2003   Link
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    General Commentamong, sorry
    flynovaon April 30, 2003   Link
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    General CommentIf we continue on as a society being apathetic to the world around us and those around us we'll continue down a road to darkness. Only by understanding and speaking up about what we believe and what we want to change in the world. Let's face it... We've been brought up in a time of senseless crime and international instability. Make your voice heard or you will give up your right to represent yourself.
    brop52on February 11, 2005   Link
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    General Commentu guys may be right, but i see it as a political song. i view it how the govt really takes advantage of us and how no matter how hard we try we cant change it. like this is almost the end of freedom. even though id like to think its more of a relationship ending the lyrics lead to politics
    jetercpon March 30, 2005   Link

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