"All Over the Nations" as written by and Michael Weikath....
I keep wondering all these days
How to thrive the way we stray
A year, a lifetime - parted, together
will be all the same
Many things to make me sad
Some can even drive me mad
Just fear forever
No more endevours
Leave me where I stand

You are here
And make me feel so high
Day by day
Something one can't deny
Lets give each other certainty
All over the nations the tunes come alive
Winners and losers, we're all alike
No matter as truth ain't some great mystery
We all fade into one

Don't you feel too hypnotized
Or keep your future jeopardized
So what's accomplished crying for nothing?
Skip depression now

Come, arise and take me higher
No more lies, and every soul can see
We're incarnate sincerety
All over the nations the tunes come alive
Winners and losers, we're all alike
No matter as truth ain't some great mystery
We all fade into one

All over the nations the tunes come alive
Winners and losers, we're all alike
No matter as truth ain't some great mystery
We all fade into one


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"All Over the Nations" as written by Michael Weikath

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    General CommentI think this song is a tribute to Helloween's fans. Specifically, the positive feeling they get from the energy displayed at their shows.

    Interestingly, despite being one of Helloween's token "fast songs" (as well as a lyrically uplifting song), it actually has a rather serious/depressive tone musically.
    Marty1982on September 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSo whats accomplished crying for nothing?
    Skip depression now
    Come, arise and take me higher
    No more lies, and every soul can see
    We're incarnate sincerety

    this song rocks,it's a mesenge from Helloween for the fans
    rockorhellon October 25, 2008   Link

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