You've got nothing to be scared of
you have no reason to cry
I am not going to leave you
you are not going to die
but it's a war that I am fighting
andI'm not going to give in
I have to tell the enemy
that she is never going to win

Everything was okay
things were just as they should be
everything had reasons
that I was way to blind too see
everything was okay
everyone was in their place
and everything was planned
and played out in the proper pace

Now it's your turn for the questions
ask me anything you like
ask me if I'm okay
and if I will be alright
ask me how it feels
to be beaten and be tied
to finally let go
and come out on the other side


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It's a Test Pt. 2 song meanings
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    General CommentI wish Veto would have given this song a real name, because to me it's probably their best song. I think it's about someone trying to explain the problems he's going through.
    Refering to the last part, it seems as though the friend or girlfriend he's singing to, is not as interested as he wish he/she would be.
    Refering to the first part, though, it seems as though he's singing to someone that's worrying sick. Trying to comfort him/her.
    The second part is explayning how it feels fighting. I don't quite know what he's been fighting against. Drugs, disease, money, I don't know, but I love this song anyway.
    Artemisson January 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt has got a real name; It's a Test. It means that love is a test, listen to the lyrics please.
    Stevenpon July 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentSorry forgot to mention: the reason for them being split in two is that he changes his way for "thinking". Before it seemed like he was cool about it, then it turns agressive, though the songs the same. I'm sorry, I'm pretty baked here, hope it makes sense out there as well.
    Stevenpon July 08, 2008   Link

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