Blood trickles away in the sand
All hope crushed, perished in the border fences of a secure stronghold
We crossed this lost world, so much distress we have seen
The home we left behind, it offered nothing but despair
Under the veil of darkness we marched for endless years
Beyond the silver bright horizon a brave new world exists
Trespassing the shores of your world
Piles of dead bodies at the walls of Fortress Europe cast a shadow on your paradise
Oblivion and apathy will keep you warm
A continent beyond recovery
Like dark invaders they receive us
A gaping wound in the flesh of this earth; a bleeding they refuse to staunch


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    General Commenti think this song is about finding refuge from war
    bloodedpestilenceon April 22, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI also think thats about the african people that comes to europe.
    yippekayon April 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIn my opinion it seems to be more about some European countries trying to get accepted into the European Union, but being turned down. The EU helps keep the standard of living high in all the countires that belong to it. The EU won't accept countries into the "paradise" that is the EU unless they meet certain standards. The EU ignores the other countires cries for help, "oblivion and apathy will keep you warm".
    i7887on October 13, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti don't agree. i think it's about people from africa trying to come to europe because they hope to find a better life there. "Piles of dead bodies at the walls of Fortress Europe cast a shadow on your paradise " this stands for the mass of people who try to come to spain in their little boats. but the "fortress europe" doesn't want this people to be there. "A continent beyond recovery " -> Africa
    locdocon March 05, 2008   Link

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