"We're All Going To Die" as written by and Tomas Nils Naeslund Simon Frank Grenehed....
Wait up, don't you close your eyes
Breathe life little flower
You've got 20 t-cells left to burn
Please choose life with its sweet and sour

Don't sing your last lullaby
I don't think it's time

We're all going to die
But we're all not meant to die young

Wait up, don't you close your eyes
Love has been hidden in the shadow
You've got the rope already tied around your neck
One voice whispers life through your sorrow

Don't sing your last lullaby
I don't think its time

We're all going to die
But we're all not meant to die young

This is not your lullaby
Don't go to sleep
Not yet

We're all going to die
But we're all not meant to die young
Wait for the sunrise
'Cause we're all not meant to die young


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"We're All Going to Die" as written by Marcus Tobias Dahlstroem Christian Thell Lindskog

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    General Commentaccording to christian, the lead singer, it sort of leads up to yamkela. here's what he said:


    This song was an attempt to tie together what I saw in South Africa, where young men & women are dying of AIDS and other diseases and what we have seen in Europe and America, where young men and women are also dying but from a different cause – depression and a loss of hope. The fight for life is with different enemies.

    This was based on 2 different people – Yamkela a young boy we met in South Africa & friend in States. One fighting a battle with AIDS and the other fighting depression – in both continents people are dying unnecessarily young. When we wrote this there was a real fight for both their lives. But as I write this today both of them are doing much better and have been able to see that even in these desperate situations there is hope for life.
    cstovallon May 02, 2006   Link

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