To come around and lose yourself
To know a different life
To know that time will pass you by
We've learned to change but did we change to learn
Is this our so called imitation
To carry on with no convictions
We have the calling of another life
Another way to live
We are the ones We are the ones to blame

So Wake Up! Now it's time, this is all we have
This is the sound of revolution
So Get Up! Get Up!
To the tune of the voice inside
This is the calling of a new life

Now that we know familiar scribes
The motion of our lives
We realize our actions
Let's stop and make this happen
Here we are with so much confidence
But in the end will we be falling suddenly
And find our lives are nothing but the opposite
Of something confident
We are the ones
We are the ones to blame

So Wake Up! Now it's time, this is all we have
This is the sound of revolution
So Get Up! Get Up!
To the tune of the voice inside
This is the calling of a new life

Wake up there's no more time to waste
Today is the day

We are the ones
We are the ones

This is who we are
Now all rise
To who we are inside


Lyrics submitted by L-Kyne

Wake Up, Get Up song meanings
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    General Commentwhat exactly does he mean by "we learned to change but did we change to learn"?
    klawansie8on November 04, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt means "Did we learn to change in order to learn how?" Like, they learnt how to change, but in order to learn how to change, they had to change themselves first... If that makes any sense. I get it in my head... Maybe someone could reilliterate?
    minimegooseyon May 12, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"We learned to change but did we change to learn" means that everyone knows how to change, how to make themselves different, but did we do it to learn?

    Did we make ourselves different to fit in, or to better ourselves by learning from the changes?

    That make sense now?
    Dudeman12343on August 23, 2008   Link

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