"Echoes In The Well" as written by and Keenan Agell....
The water drips from wells of shame
Spilling through these words (of blame)
Listen to the battle cries of a race that knows it's dying

Read the bleeding words of those
Who feel the wheel is at their heal
Then somebody tells me that's the way it was meant to be
These things will never die

All they see is nothing
They just hear the echoes in the well

Stare deep into the frigid eyes of a man who knows he's lying
These are those men who make mistakes

But don't erase the pain
Then they whisper to me that's the way it was meant to be
These things will never be

All they see is nothing
They just hear the echoes in the well

There are those who find these times a crime and those whose souls will never mind
Or those who need to plant these seeds

Living in sin's been induced again
By beating the paths of downtrodden men
Or those who think they know their souls
Stab deep in their hearts and listen to the echoes

All they hear are the echoes in the well


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"Echoes in the Well" as written by K. Agell Corrosion Of Conformity

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    General CommentThis song could be about the decreasing amount of oil at our disposal, the "wells" being the oil rigs which only fin emptiness, hence the echoes, ...although that is kind of a long shot, especially becuase this song was released in '91. It could just be about problems which exist through out the world which are more convenient to ignore and therefore the are by most. "Listen To The Battle Cries Of A Race That Knows It's Dying" , species are becoming extinct and so will humans if ghosts like global warming exist. whether these ideas reflect my opinions aside, thats what i believe this song is about.
    Andonioon January 06, 2009   Link

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