"Time Will Change Your Heart (Victory Rock)" as written by and Marcus Tobias Dahlstroem Simon Frank Grenehed.
With big guns and big ambitions
Never ending arguments
When is your ammunition spent
With big guns you load and shoot me down
With all those pretty words you thought out
Ready to recent

I hope time will change your heart
I'll be coming against your words
With something inside of me
Time will change your heart
I will be waiting at the doorstep of love
The doors wide open for you to see

We laugh about it and we dwell over it
But time flies by, and I'm getting anxious
Forgive me for pushing you
I know you have your own legs to walk with
I guess it's because to me it's so precious

I hope time will change your heart

When there's not much left to say
Words better left unspoken
Let me hear from you
When your heart is broken

I'll wait for you


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"Time Will Change Your Heart" as written by Marcus Tobias Dahlstroem Simon Frank Grenehed

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    General Commentno comments, wow!!.. awsome song. meaningful lyrics. - aodx
    AngelOfDeathxon September 05, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about two people who were in love, but they were always fighting and always hurting each other because they were so different. They break apart for now, but he hopes that she will return back to him and that time will heal all their problems that they were having because he really did love her and hopes that somehow with the passage of time things will work out, but you get the feeling that it really won't. Even so he is still waiting for her.

    Sound pretty accurate?
    drkshadow03on September 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentYeah, i kinda thought of it as someone who opposes Christianity and is always persecuting him, but he doesn't hate him back, he just prays for him and is always waiting at the doorstep of love for whoever that person is. I really love this song.
    warriordave06on October 13, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song is so awesome. The guitars are so heavy, and he screams and oh man, its so beautiful, such raw emotion. Anyway, I really love the part where he goes "We laugh about it and we dwell over it, but time flies by, and I'm getting anxious. Forgive me for pushing you, I know you have your own legs to walk with I guess it's because to me it's so precious" UGH simply beautiful part. This song I think is about a relationship and ha past relationship and when he says "time will change your heart" hes really saying that like, time will bring us back together. This is definatly one of my favorite songs on the record. Good job boys.
    Nirvanafreak94on July 02, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is talking about when Christians talk to unbelievers and all they want to do is debate truth about God and all things spiritual. He's expressing an immense love for that person that he's arguing with because they're words will only get them so far. He's trying to be patient with them and keep things friendly but he's getting anxious. The decision to follow Christ is so "precious" to him that he wants to push them there even though he knows they have to get there on their own. The end is the best part because when you love someone but they refuse to listen to you about the God you love and would rather try and rationalize Him away, all you can do is wait for them. It takes a broken heart to be able to listen to the unspoken words God uses to draw someone to Him. Just my interpretation.
    lucky4381on May 25, 2004   Link
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    General CommentYeah, this isn't about a girl, this is about people trying to argue against the god that this band believes in.

    "Big guns and big ambitions", "all those pretty words you thought out" It's quite common for nonbelievers to try to "shoot down" christians with intellectual scientific arguments.
    "I hope time will change your heart". All you can do against the most stubborn people is wait for them "at the doorstep of love" to grow up and grow more humble; to hope time will change their hearts.
    And it's no use fighting back with arguments. It's better to be humble yourself and show them what's inside your heart "I'll be coming against your words with something inside of me"
    And maybe then their little rock-hard hearts will break and they can realize that love is the only way to live. "Let me hear from you when your heart is broken".

    This makes sense to a christian, but if you're not one, go with the "two people in love"-explanation if you want.
    E1ysianon February 15, 2009   Link

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