"The End Of All Things To Come" as written by Chad L. Gray, Matthew Mcdonough, Greg Tribbett and Ryan Martinie....
All over with,
Fuck all the flags, the greed, the world
Leaders
Run for the fence
We're coming, we're killing, we're changing
The faces

I'm killing,every fucking thing
Until somebody gets the fucking point, the
Point I'm trying to make
I lead, the mice on parade,
Down to the river of cool aid,and open up the
Flood gates
I need a barrel of cyanide a pile of strychnine
Until the whole damn world is dead start over
Again

All over with,
Fuck all the flags, the greed, the world
Leaders
Run for the fence
We're coming,we're killing,we're changing
The faces

Stop talking,negotiating,
Your feeble attempts towards world peace,
Give me a fucking break
Need world-wide genocide,planetary suicide
And when the whole damn world is
Dead, there's your fucking peace

All over with,
Fuck all the flags, the greed, the world
Leaders
Run for the fence,
We're coming, we're killing, we're changing
The faces

Oxygen wasters, come on
We've come, to save you,to save you from
Yourselves

Kill or be killed,

All over with,
Fuck all the flags, the greed, the world
Leaders
Run for the fence
We're coming, we're killing, we're changing
The faces
Believe in yourself
Let go of ego strengthen within yourself
All over with
We're coming,we're killing, we're changing
The faces


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"The End of All Things to Come" as written by Greg Tribbett Chad L. Gray

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    General CommentThis song is simply describing the the end of the world, (funnily enough), but still, it's Mudvayne's 'Fuck The System, you are all going to die and there's nothing you can do'
    Beethon May 23, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti disagree.... i think it's more about positive deconstruction and reconstruction of systems and rules.
    chad seems to be saying this world is pretty much fucked. let's break it the fuck down and start again
    little_carloson May 23, 2004   Link
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    General CommentYeah I suppose.
    Beethon May 24, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI have the Dual Disc of this CD and on it Matt says it's about the world ending politically, not destructively. People always assume that since they're a metal band the song would be about the end of the world destructively.
    MudvayneFan66on March 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHaha I never really thought about it that way...nice, MudvayneFan66, nice
    killswitch916on March 23, 2006   Link
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    General Commenteveyone has good points about this song, and you're all correct in one way or another. all i know is that although every mudvayne tune hits me hard in one way or another, this one just kicks my ass completely. What an awesome song.
    ocb_xanderon June 20, 2006   Link
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    General Commentdifinatly politicly motivated lyics... i absolutey love it i have the symbol off the album cover on my lower back representing the meaning behind this song...so true.. its good cos only the people who know and appreciate mudvaynes lyrics get it... especially in the metal genre people who dont lgive it a chance will never understand or appreciate it...shame
    clenchedfiston July 11, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwell i think this song about politic how people dye to get freedom but there wont be no freedom till everyone dies
    phenomenon2006on March 03, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti somewhat agree with alll of you

    but it is about how evil humans really are (Internal primates Forever) and that there is no hope in hell that we can save ourselves. Fuck peace, there is no way to get it. Only way for peace on earth is "solve et coagula" destroy humans to create world peace.
    SuicidalAndroidon June 29, 2004   Link

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